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mass_attenuation_coefficient_corresponding_to_xrf_results [2016/03/10 16:25]
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mass_attenuation_coefficient_corresponding_to_xrf_results [2016/03/10 18:20] (current)
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     test_txamples\XRF-MAC.INP     test_txamples\XRF-MAC.INP
  
-The two lines below marked Line 1 and Line 3 outputs the same phase_MAC. One is calculated from the str and the other from the dummy_str; the latter uses the elemental results from the first str. The two macros+The two lines below marked Line 1 and Line 3 outputs the same phase_MAC. One is calculated from the str and the other from the dummy_str; the latter uses the elemental results from the first str but which could be from an XRF analysis. The two macros AW_Ce and AW_O are atomic weights for Ce and O respectively; these values come from the file isotopes.txt. This example could easily be extended to many elements. The denominator in Line 2 should probably correspond to the element with the highest weight percent.
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-macro AW_Ce { 140.116 } +
-macro AW_O  { 15.9994 } +
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-are atomic weights for Ce and O; these values come from the file isotopes.txt. This example could easily be extended to many elements. The denominator in Line 2 should probably correspond to the element with the highest weight percent.+
  
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