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Influence of particle size on XRF wear analysis in plastic processing

Fox, Roy and Dedik, Anatol and Hoffmann, Peter and Ortner, Hugo M. (2005):
Influence of particle size on XRF wear analysis in plastic processing.
In: X-ray spectrometry, Wiley, pp. 218-224, 34, (3), [Article]

Abstract

Wear has to be quantified by the analytical characterization of particles in a plastic film generated by an extruder. The influence of particle size, film (matrix) thickness and particle location on the intensity of the Fe Kα peak, the Fe Kβ/Kα intensity ratios and the Compton scattering peak intensity are discussed. Experimental results are given for two synthetic matrices, vaseline and transparent tape. A comparison of the measured results with those of a simulation is made.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2005
Creators: Fox, Roy and Dedik, Anatol and Hoffmann, Peter and Ortner, Hugo M.
Title: Influence of particle size on XRF wear analysis in plastic processing
Language: English
Abstract:

Wear has to be quantified by the analytical characterization of particles in a plastic film generated by an extruder. The influence of particle size, film (matrix) thickness and particle location on the intensity of the Fe Kα peak, the Fe Kβ/Kα intensity ratios and the Compton scattering peak intensity are discussed. Experimental results are given for two synthetic matrices, vaseline and transparent tape. A comparison of the measured results with those of a simulation is made.

Journal or Publication Title: X-ray spectrometry
Volume: 34
Number: 3
Publisher: Wiley
Divisions: 11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Material Science > Material Analytics
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Material Science
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences
Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2008 08:22
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