|Sep4-12, 05:07 PM||#1|
How to calculate the Bremsstrahlung Background?
first I like to thank you for this nice forum
I tried the search function and found no answer to my question, so here it is:
How can I calculate the Bremsstrahlungs background for TEM EDX spectras (Intensity vs. Energy)?
I found several formulas, for example the oldest Kramers/Small, but they all have
a 1/E dependecy, wich of course go to ∞ approaching 0. But since I am interested in
the Oxygen peak, that doesn´t help much...
If anyone have an idea or can give me some directions (link to a paper maybe?)
I would realy appreciate.
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|Sep5-12, 12:36 PM||#2|
nevermind, problem solved
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