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On the subject of calibrating survey equipment for analytical x-ray
> could you specify what type of analytical equipment, such an electron
Unfortunately, both electron microscopes and x-ray diffraction units.
Double-unfortunately, as we are a research university, current/voltage/target
material in the XRDs is quite varied. Triple-unfortunately, I also have
amusing things such as accelerators, experimental fusion devices and the
like to survey around. :-) However, for the purposes of the question of
calibration appropriateness, let's say the equipment consists of EMs and
XRDs. The XRDs are for the most part in interlocked, shielded enclosures.
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