You can use this web page to calculate fluorescent intensity as a function of the
glansing incident angle
- All data should be provided. For elements form Ti through As input data already provided for
You are free to change any of this data to what you want.
- The Atomic Scattering Factor
- The real part of atomic scattering factor is subdivided in two fractions - atomic number and correction.
These data available on B.L. Henke, E.M.
Gullikson, and J.C. Davis, X-ray interactions:
photoabsorption, scattering, transmission, and reflection at E=50-30000 eV, Z=1-92, Atomic Data and Nuclear
Data Tables 54 no.2, 181-342 (July 1993). They are available online at the
Center for X-Ray Optics, Berkeley Lab
- According to the standard notation for the x-ray analysis the incident and exit angles are measured
relative to the surface (NOT the surface normal).
- Primary X-Ray
- Preselected primary X-ray wavelength corresponds to Mo K α line (17.44 KeV).
- A PNG plot may be generated for quick viewing of the results.
If you need anything fancier, the results are provided as a text file
for use with your favorite plotting package.
Calculation core © Kouichi Tsuji 1995
Web interface © Andriy Okhrimomskyy 2009