K Shell Fluorescence Parameters by Impact of 5. 96 keV Photons on Ti and Its Compounds


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Koksal O. K. , APAYDIN G., Cengiz E.

SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS, vol.36, no.12, pp.4125-4129, 2016 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier

Abstract

K shell fluorescence parameters of pure Ti and some of its compounds have been determined experimentally using an Ultra-LEGe detector with resolution 150 eV at 5.9 keV. The samples were excited 5.96 keV photons emitted from a 55Fe radioisotope source with 50 mCi activity. The experimental values of the K shell fluorescence parameters have been compared with the experimental and theoretical values available in the literature for pure Ti.

K shell fluorescence parameters of pure Ti and some of its compounds have been determined experimentally using an Ultra-LEGe detector with resolution 150 eV at 5.9 keV. The samples were excited 5.96 keV photons emitted from a Fe-55 radioisotope source with 50 mCi activity. The experimental values of the K shell fluorescence parameters have been compared with the experimental and theoretical values available in the literature for pure Ti.