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Proton Microprobe The Appln Biomed Field. by Ronald D. Vis. Hardcover. details (United States). ISBN: 978-0-8493-5718-3. ISBN-10: 0-8493-5718-7.
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This book explores the development, present, and future applications of proton microprobes in the micrometer range. Among the topics discussed: the use of proton beams for analytical purposes; techniques of focusing or collimating ion beams; improving and measuring beam spots; the analytical capabilities of the nuclear microprobe in comparison to other micro techniques; and applications and results by several internationally known microprobe laboratories.
Ronald Diederik Vis, Dutch physicist. Member community council Breukelen, since 1998. Vis, Ronald Diederik was born on March 4, 1945 in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Son of Dirk and Georgina Kuthe Vis. Member Royal Dutch Chemical Society. Education. Master of Science, University Amsterdam, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, Free University, 1977. Chemist Laboratory Nagel, Amsterdam, 1970-1975, Free University, Amsterdam, 1975-1977, assistant professor of physics, from 1977.
Proton microprobe analysis in biology. This paper is intended as an introduction to the field of proton microprobe analysis with special emphasis on applications in biological sciences. Malmqvist KG. Abstract. It is mainly intended for users of electron microscopes equipped with microprobes or other analytical equipment. The basic principles of Particle Induced X-ray Emission analysis are discussed as well as the instrumental requirements for the proton microprobe.
The proton microprobe : applications in the biomedical field. Abstract The proton microprobe is very useful for both the localisation and the concentration assignment of trace elements in biological materials. By analogy with the experience of electro. More).
Book Publishing WeChat. KEYWORDS: Nuclear Microprobe; Hard Tissues; PIXE
Book Publishing WeChat. D. Ronald, The Proton Microprobe Applications in the Biomedical Fields, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2000. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: The Utilization of Accelerators to Analyze some Human Hard Tissues from Sudan. AUTHORS: M. E. M. Eisa, C. A. Pineda-Vargas, Sami. Salah, S. Naidoo, J. L. Conradie. KEYWORDS: Nuclear Microprobe; Hard Tissues; PIXE. JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, Vo. N., July 8, 2013.
Proton microprobes are particularly suited when the preservation of the in vivo condition is required. This paper illustrates the broad applicability of proton microprobe techniques to biomedical. This is the case of the evaluation of tissue features under physiological condition, such as trace element. problems, where the distribution of elements in tissues may contribute to study physiological conditions, and to help improving the knowledge on human pathogenesis. 2. General principles. The proton microprobe components. In a nuclear microprobe the ion beams used for analysis are produced in an accelerator.
A microprobe is an instrument that applies a stable and well-focused beam of charged particles (electrons or ions) to a sample. When the primary beam consists of accelerated electrons, the probe is termed an electron microprobe, when the primary beam consists of accelerated ions, the term ion microprobe is used. The term microprobe may also be applied to optical analytical techniques, when the instrument is set up to analyse micro samples or micro areas of larger specimens.