MONTE CARLO SIMULATION FOR X-RAY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY are mostly due to the uncertainties in the physical constants (cross-sections, uorescence yields, transition probabilities, etc.) applied in the simulations. Important applications of MC simulations include the optimization/characterization of in vivo XRF analysis systems in the eld of medical science. Al-Ghorabie reported on the use of EGS4 to aid the design of a 90 geometry polarized XRF system for the measurement of cadmium concentration in deep body organs such as the kidney (Al-Ghorabie, 1999) and compared the performance of EGS4 and MCNP for modeling in vivo XRF systems (Al-Ghorabie et al., 2001). Hugtenburg et al. have described the use of EGS4 to model the measurement of cisplatin uptake with in vivo X-ray uorescence (Hugtenburg et al., 1998) while Lewis et al. used the same code to aid the design of a polarized source for in vivo XRF analysis (Lewis et al., 1998). The use of a dedicated XRF code CEARXRF for in vivo XRF was demonstrated by Lee et al. who studied the possibility of combining K and L XRF methods for in vivo bone lead measurements (Lee et al., 2001). The same code was used for the optimization of in vivo XRF analysis methods for bone lead for a 109 Cd source based K and for an Xray tube based L XRF spectroscopy system (Ao et al., 1997b). O Meara et al. used MC simulation models to improve the in vivo XRF measurement of renal mercury and uranium in bone (O Meara et al., 1998, 2000). While a number of models exist for solving photon-transport problems for both unpolarized and (linearly) polarized incident beams, their direct usability is often limited when dealing with the case of conventional (X-ray tube based) or synchrotron radiation XRF on multielement samples due to the lack of a suf ciently detailed combination of photoelectric/ uorescence and scattering models for low X-ray energies. The computer model discussed in this subchapter is optimized speci cally for calculating the results of synchrotron radiation induced X-ray uorescence (SRXRF) experiments not only for homogeneous but also for heterogeneous samples. Figure 6.1.1 shows the generic experimental arrangement that can be simulated.
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