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Since 1972 the discipline has enJoyed its own special Journal - 'The International Journal of X-ray Spectrometry'. The annual 'Denver Conferences' on Advances in X-ray Analysis, first established in 1957, have gone from strength to strength, and have provided a much needed vehicle, both in XRF and XRD, for discussion and presentation of new ideas. Until recently, many believed that most of the problems in XRS have been solved and there were no new worlds to conquer. Now the advent of high intensity x-ray sources such as the synchrotron are opening up new areas of investigation.

Recently RIGAKU developed a 40 channel multi-channel fixed spectrometer and typical experimental results are shown in the last column as a reference. Carbon determinations in iron and steel were carried out using a total reflection mirror with a specified filter and with a synthetic multilayer conSisting of combination of thin layers of carbon and tungsten. 03wt% for high carbon samples using 40 second measurement. In Fig. 1, a typical example of carbon analysis in cast iron is shown. 3 ADsorption correction term of silicon and overlapping correction term of molybdenum are shown in the calibration curve.

J. Appl. , vol. 23, No. 11 (1984) 1543-1544, and Anal. Chern. vol. 58 (1986) 394-397 13) Murata: X-Ray Spectrometry, vol. 4 (1982) 159-163 14) Mitsui et al. : Adv. X-Ray Chern. , vol. 17 (1985) 265-277. 15) Goshi et al. : Adv. X-Ray Chern. , vol. 17 (1985) 1-22, 37-44, and Applied Spectroscopy, vol. 36 (1982) 171-174 16) Taniguchi: Rev. Sci. , vol. 5 (1983) 559-562 PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS Ron Jenkins International Centre for Diffraction Data Swarthmore, PA 19081 Like most instrumental methods of analysis, X-Ray Fluoresence (XRF) has progressed through the various stages of Innovation, Frustration, Application and Consolidation.

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