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Experimental determination of the x-ray atomic fundamental parameters of nickel

Authors
  • Ménesguen, M.
  • Lépy, M.
  • Hönicke, P.
  • Müller, M.
  • Unterumsberger, R.
  • Beckhoff, B.
  • Hoszowska, J.
  • Dousse, J.-Cl.
  • Błachucki, W.
  • Ito, Y.
  • Yamashita, M.
  • Fukushima, S.
Publication Date
Feb 01, 2018
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HAL-INRIA
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English
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Abstract

The x-ray atomic properties of nickel (Ni) were investigated in a unique approach combining different experimental techniques to obtain new, useful and reliable values of atomic fundamental parameters for x-ray spectrometric purposes and for comparison with theoretical predictions. We determined the mass attenuation coefficients in an energy range covering the L-and K-absorption edges, the K-shell fluorescence yield and the K beta / K alpha and K beta 1,3/K alpha 1,2 transition probability ratios. The obtained line profiles and linewidths of the K alpha and K beta transitions in Ni can be considered as the contribution of the satellite lines arising from the [KM] shake processes suggested by Deutsch et al (1995 Phys. Rev. A 51 283) and Ito et al (2016 Phys. Rev. A 94 042506). Comparison of the new data with several databases showed good agreement, but also discrepancies were found with existing tabulated values.

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