Characterization of Corning EPMA Standard Glasses 95IRV, 95IRW, and 95IRX

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Characterization of Corning EPMA Standard Glasses 95IRV, 95IRW, and 95IRX

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Title: Characterization of Corning EPMA Standard Glasses 95IRV, 95IRW, and 95IRX
Author: Carpenter, Paul; Counce, Dale; Kluk, Emily; Nabelek, Carol
Keywords: chemical characterization
Date: 2002
Publisher: Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Citation: J. Res. Natl. Inst. Stand. Technol. 107, 703-718 (2002).
Abstract: The preparation, synthesis, and characterization of Corning trace-element glasses 95IRV, 95IRW, and 95IRX by bulk chemical and electron microprobe techniques is discussed. Working values for the doped elements in the 95-series glasses are established. Blank values have been determined by both bulk chemical and electron microprobe analysis, and important x-ray interferences are highlighted. Chemical homogeneity both within a rod cross-section, and along cane length has been documented. These glasses are standard reference materials intended for use as both primary and secondary electron microprobe standards.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/8632

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