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* The combined Kα1, Kα2 is used for Z less than 40. The Kα1 only is used for the higher Z values.

** The data set for the N-Series peaks is not completely characterized by standardized methods.

   

 

K-Series Relative Peak Intensities L-Series Relative Peak Intensities M-Series Relative Peak Intensities
18 <= Z < 59 21 <= Z <= 34 35 < Z 57 <= Z <= 70 70 < Z
100 % Ll 200-6 % 3.5-6 % Mz 140-13 % 6-4.5 %
10-20 % Ln 70-3 % 2-3 % 100 % 100 %
1 100 % 100 % 0-45 % 45-57 %
1 20-34 % 35-52 % 20-3 % 3.5-1 %
2 0 % 0-20 % M2N4 0-2 % 0-2 %
1 0 % 0-8 %
2 0 % 0-2 %
At Z less than 18, the Kβ decreases
in height, and becomes closer to, and
is eventually not resolved from the Kα.
At Z greater than 59, the Kβ increases
in size and sub-peaks can be seen.
At Z less than 21, the Lα1
and Lβ1 are 0 and Ll
is the dominant peak.
The Ll is not observable
at a Z of 14 or less.
At Z less than 57, the Mα becomes
0% and the Mz is the dominant peak.
The Mγ becomes 0 at Z < 50.

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