This work presents the latest findings of an ongoing research project where the angular dependence of XRF detection could be exploited for the topographical study of the specimen. It presents the results of a simulation framework and of measurements performed with a new detector system deployed on the TwinMic beamline (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, Trieste, Italy).

XRF topography information: Simulations and data from a novel silicon drift detector system

Picciotto, A.;Borghi, G.;Ficorella, F.;Zorzi, N.;Bellutti, P.;
2019

Abstract

This work presents the latest findings of an ongoing research project where the angular dependence of XRF detection could be exploited for the topographical study of the specimen. It presents the results of a simulation framework and of measurements performed with a new detector system deployed on the TwinMic beamline (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, Trieste, Italy).
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