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Trace-element analysis of Japanese antique chinawares

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X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyses with 116 keV X-rays as an excitation source is suitable for nondestructive multielemental analyses of heavy elements such as rare-earth elements. It also should be useful for nondestructive analyses of rare-earth and heavy elements in geological, geochemical and archaeological samples as well as industrial materials. This shows a plot of intensities of Ba, Nd and Ce Ka lines. There is significant difference between three kinds of antique ceramics, made in Arita, Himetani, and Kutani. The intensities of Ba, Nd and Ce Ka lines showed significant dependence on the place of potteries.


Plot of intensities of Ba, Nd and Ce Ka lines. There is significant difference between three kinds of potteries, made in Arita, Himetani, and Kutani

Scientific keywords

A. Sample category inorganic material, organic material
B. Sample category (detail) environmental material
C. Technique fluorescent X-rays
D. Technique (detail) trace-element
E. Particular condition room temperature
F. Photon energy X-ray (> 40 keV)
G. Target information trace element

Industrial keywords

level 1---Application area environment
level 2---Target Environmental material
level 3---Target (detail) ash
level 4---Obtainable information element distribution
level 5---Technique

Inquiry number

SOL-0000001200

Last modified 2019-11-22 09:12
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