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Many applications of microscopic XRF aim to study the heterogeneity of the analysed materials, i.e. two- or three-dimensional distribution of chemical elements, such as heavy metals in different environmental, geological and biological samples. Owing to its high sensitivity and non-destructive nature, synchrotron radiation based micro XRF computed tomography (XFCT) is one of the emerging methods of providing potentially three-dimensional, quantitative information on the elemental distribution in the probed sample volume with trace-level DLs (Bohic et al., 2001; Simionovici et al., 2001; Vincze et al., 1999c, 2002a). The technique can be easily performed on a regular scanning micro XRF set-up with the addition of a sample rotation stage to the usual xyz linear stages (Janssens, 1998). By performing repeated line scans at a xed sample-height under a large number of observation angles (i.e. taking different views of the sample) around a given sample axis and recording the emerging uorescent and scattered signals, the conventional X-ray uorescent mapping is replaced by a XFCT experiment. In this way one obtains a special representation of the elemental intensity distributions across the investigated
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