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XRF4--computer programing for X-ray analysis.
College Park, MD: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 8712, 1976 Jan; :1-32
The computer program XRF4 was designed by the Bureau of Mines to provide for the calculation of several different interelement correction procedures in x-ray fluorescence analysis, including Lachance-Traill, Rasberry-Heinrich, and Claisse-Quintin procedures. The program was written in the Basic language for timesharing application, and a conversational interaction with the computer is employed during operation. This report presents test problems using data for iron-nickel-chromium alloys and alluminum alloys and directions for use of the program.
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XRF4--computer programing for X-ray analysis
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