This file is an incomplete, preliminary draft compilation of literature related to fundamental parameters XRF. It was created by John Criss, version dated 14-Aug-1997.
Literature References for Data Useful in XRF is chronological in each category. Some references might occur in more than one category. There might be multiple references to essentially the same information, to facilitate access. Several kinds of data may be found in texts and other compilations, such as those listed at the end of this Web page.
A practical example is presented of establishing traceability of a result of a chemical measurement to a recognized reference standard. These documents presents a tool that makes the comparison linking a result to a reference. This linkage is a straightforward illustration of the concept of traceability.
This page is a repository for important x-ray fluorescence (XRF) files and documents associated with NIST XRF activities. The historic codes are good examples of the type of information kept here. These files are offered for free download and unrestricted distribution. There is no support available for the Fortran codes.