4 edition of Applications of nuclear microprobe in the life sciences found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Yvan Llabador & Philippe Moretto.|
|Contributions||Moretto, Philippe, 1960-|
|LC Classifications||QH324.9.M5 L53 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||95043473|
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It covers the Mossbauer effect, slow neutron physics, activation analysis, radiography, nuclear geochronology, channeling effects, nuclear microprobe, and numerous other topics in modern applied nuclear physics. The book explores applications such as tomography, the use of short-lived isotopes in clinical diagnoses, and nuclear physics in. JEOL USA Microprobe (EPMA) and Auger Electron Probe Microanalyzers (EPMA) The Electron Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA) allows for high speed, high accuracy qualitative and quantitative in-depth surface analysis as well as area analysis.
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This book describes the capabilities of nuclear techniques for elemental microanalysis in the biological field. A description of basic principles is given at the beginning, with special emphasis on X-ray Fluorescence, Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry, Nuclear Reaction Analysis and Scanning Transmission Ion Microscopy.
The major part of the volume is devoted to the applications. Get this from a library. Applications of nuclear microprobe in the life sciences: an efficient analytical technique for the research in biology and medicine. [Yvan Llabador; Philippe Moretto] -- This book describes the capabilities of nuclear techniques for elemental microanalysis in the biological field.
A description of basic principles is given at the beginning, with special. Get this from a library. Applications of nuclear microprobes in the life sciences: an efficient analytical technique for research in biology and medicine.
[Yvan Llabador; Philippe Moretto]. A microprobe is an instrument that applies a stable and well-focused beam of charged particles (electrons or ions) to a sample. Types. When the primary beam consists of accelerated electrons, the probe is termed an electron microprobe, when the primary beam consists of accelerated ions, the term ion microprobe is used.
The term microprobe may also be applied to optical. The growing need for elemental microanalysis in the life sciences has seen the development of several powerful analytical techniques over the last decade. The techniques of nuclear microscopy, laser microprobe mass analysis, and secondary ion mass spectrometery are briefly described, and advantages and disadvantages for the analysis of Cited by: Abstract.
Like the electron microprobe (Chapter 2), the scanning nuclear microprobe uses a focused beam of charged particles to excite samples. The focused beam usually consists of protons, but can include heavier particles such as alpha particles, oxygen ions or sulphur ions.
The continuing development of the Nuclear Microprobe (NMP) has opened up new fields of applications in biology and medicine. Quantitative multielemental analysis in small sections of samples can be performed routinely. System Upgrade on Fri, Jun 26th, at 5pm (ET) During this period, our website will be offline for less than an hour but the E-commerce and registration of new users may not be.
Nuclear microprobe analysis studies in cancer cell pharmacology and biology carried out at Bordeaux-Gradignan are reported. The cellular pharmacology of two anticancer agents, cis-diammine-dichloroplatinum(II), and 4′-iodo-4′-deoxy-doxorubicin, were investigated, as well as the role of iron in neuroblastoma carcinogenesis, and chromium(III) in trans-generation.
New biological information can be obtained by introducing extra fluoride into the diet of an animal and using a microprobe later to scan sections of bones or teeth.
In suitable burial sites extra fluoride is introduced after death, and the new distribution may have applications in forensic science and archaeology. The Studsvik Nuclear Microprobe (SMP) has mainly been devoted to applications in the biomedical field.
Its ultimate resolution is reached at × μm2 with a proton current of pA. 30% discount for members of The Mineralogical Society of Britain and Ireland This text covers the range of microanalytical techniques available for the analysis of geological samples, principally in research applications.
Each chapter is written in a clear, informative style and has a tutorial. Microprobes for Life Science provide researchers across the globe with the highest quality microelectrodes and microelectrode arrays for all types of electrophysiology studies both in vivo and in vitro, chronic and acute.
More. Our Products. 1; Floating Array. The nuclear microscope is now gaining popularity in the field of life sciences. In particular, the combination of proton-induced X-ray emission to measure the elemental concentrations of inorganic elements, Rutherford backscattering spectrometry to characterize the organic matrix, and scanning transmission ion microscopy to provide information on the density and structure.
In this paper a nuclear microprobe setup developed for the microanalysis of thin complex samples of organic matrix at the Debrecen Scanning Nuclear Microprobe Facility is presented.
The application of nuclear microscopy in life sciences is shown through an example, the study of penetration of TiO 2 nanoparticles of bodycare cosmetics in skin. Sir have somedought about my career what to do I couldn’t understand I’m in the 3rd year of Bsc -biotechnology honours student so I’m very interested in the field of biotechology but which will better scope and job opportunities in the field of life sciences which I will pursue hnology or gy plz reply me and I want to prepare CSIR-UGC NET Life sciences.
The nuclear microprobe is ideally suited to the microanalysis of geological samples where trace element quantitative microanalysis and imaging are essential. This review samples the broad application of nuclear microprobe methods in geological research that make use of the quantitative analysis capabilities of particle-induced X-ray emission.
This list of life sciences comprises the branches of science that involve the scientific study of life and organisms – such as microorganisms, plants, and animals including human science is one of the two major branches of natural science, the other being physical science, which is concerned with non-living matter.
Biology is the natural science that studies life and. Nuclear Microprobe HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. - The first nuclear microprobe was built inin the Nuclear Physics Division of the Harwell Research Centre (U.K.). John Cookson and his group obtained a 3 MeV proton microbeam with a diameter of about 4 03BCm.
They showed that it is possible to reconstitute 2D images of a microscopy copper grid by. The second purpose of this paper is to illustrate some aspects of nuclear microanalysis applications from materials sciences to earth sciences and life sciences, using recently published data.
Thirdly, both recent developments and further progresses in nuclear microprobe technology are detailed regarding as well ion sources, beam focussing as. 14th International Conference on Nuclear Microprobe Technology and Applications ICNMTA, Debrecen, Hungary.
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Nucl Instrum Meth B – This new edition of the best-selling handbook gives a complete and concise description of the latest knowledge on nuclear and radiochemistry as well as their applications in the various fields of science.
It is based on over 40. Along with in-depth coverage of the various processes involved in nuclear microscopy and ion-solid interactions, the book explores nuclear microprobe hardware in detail, examines various applications of nuclear microprobes for materials analysis, and considers all experimental aspects of using these new analytical methods.