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REFERENCES viable in view of the rapid increase of inexpensive computing power and because of the availability of accurate atomic data for photon matter interactions. By considering the three most important interaction types in the 1 100 keV energy range (photoelectric effect followed by uorescence emission, Compton and Rayleigh scattering) such models can be used in a general fashion to predict the achievable analytical characteristics of future (SR)XRF spectrometers and to aid the optimization/calibration of existing instruments. With an ef cient combination of sampling and variance reduction techniques in a given MC model, the complete spectral response of heterogeneous multi-element samples irradiated with a polychromatic (optionally linearly polarized) Xray beam can be simulated using a CPU time in the order of minutes on a typical personal computer. For monochromatic excitation, the calculation time is in the order of a few seconds. The code illustrated in this subchapter has been experimentally veri ed by comparisons of simulated and experimental spectral distributions of samples of various nature, recorded at different SRXRF spectrometers. As the code could reliably predict both the uorescent and scattered intensities in the measured uorescent spectra, it has been applied to determine unknown sample characteristics, such as the sample composition. The latter was estimated by the (reverse) iterative use of the code, which provides an alternative for the quantitative analysis of unknown samples next to the traditional FP methods. The code could also be successfully used to estimate unknown primary beam characteristics, such as the degree of linear polarization, which is an interesting application for the characterization of existing SRXRF instruments. With respect to the simulation of heterogeneous samples, an example was given for the modeling of XRF tomography experiments. The simulation of such lengthy XRF imaging experiments is extremely important for performing feasibility studies and optimization before the actual measurement is performed. Potential future development for MC codes speci c for EDXRF spectroscopy includes the
The radio buttons are a little more complicated. Because they also don t supply a value property, you have to iterate through the radio buttons and determine if they ve been checked. The technique you use to do this is the for loop. Each time through the loop, the value of i is incremented by one. The loop ends if a checked value is found, and the value of i is set to the index of the selected radio button. For example, after the loop is complete, if the value of i is two, then you know that the loop hasn t found a selected radio button. The trick here is the use of the errors string. For each error found, that string will have the appropriate error message appended. Finally, having gone through each validation, you need to determine whether an actual error was found. To accomplish this, you check the length of the errors string. You know that it will be 12 characters in length by default; this is the number of characters in the string when it s initialized. So, if the length is longer, then you know that there were errors. The if statement will check the length and, if there are errors, will dump the contents of the errors variable into the div tags you created in the body of the HTML document, also returning false to the form to prevent submission. If there are no errors, you simply return true, and the form is submitted. The functionality demonstrated here provides just the basics for form validation. You could nest if statements to check not just the presence of a value but that it matched certain requirements. For example, a name field probably shouldn t be allowed to contain numbers. Or through the use of regular expressions, you could validate the format of an email address.
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Not considering X-rays of the elements argon, nickel, tungsten and silver, which are not due to the interaction of the X-ray beam with the fresco (argon is dependent on the air; nickel on the Xray tube window, tungsten on the tube anode; and silver, at least partially, on the Si-PIN detector), the other X lines are related to the fresco pigments. However, they must be assigned to the proper fresco layer. In the following, only haloes in good condition will be considered. First of all, the ratio of the X-rays of all elements with respect to gold L Xrays was calculated, and the Pb (L /L ) ratio (Table 5.3.7). If an element belongs to the gold alloy, then its ratio with respect to gold should remain approximately constant. From these ratios and from the mean values it may be deduced that not one of the elements belongs to the gold alloy. Therefore, the gold should be of high purity. Further, it may be deduced that lead/gold is not varying too much, and, therefore, lead can be assigned to the second level . In this hypothesis, the Pb L lines should be attenuated in a different manner by the gold leaf. This effect is, in fact, clearly visible in Figure 5.3.27, where the differential attenuation of Pb L and Pb L lines by gold and in the absence of gold is clearly visible. Calculating this effect for all gold haloes in good conditions, the mean thickness of the gold layer may be calculated, which turns out to be 1.6 0.5 m. From this result it may be concluded that the gold leaf is extremely thin (minimum value 1.0, maximum value 2.6 m) and of relatively constant thickness. The attenuation of lead X lines (lead is present as white lead, i.e. basic carbonate of lead) by this gold leaf is about a factor of 2. The thickness of this layer of white lead can be calculated from the Pb/Au counts ratio and from the Au thickness as about 5 m of Pb equivalent thickness,
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