Surface chemical analysis -- Auger electron spectroscopy -- Repeatability and constancy of intensity scale
This standard was last reviewed* in 2016.
ISO 24236:2005 specifies a method for evaluating the constancy and repeatability of the intensity scale of Auger electron spectrometers, for general analytical purposes, using an electron gun with a beam energy of 2 keV or greater. It is only applicable to instruments that incorporate an ion gun for sputter cleaning. It is not intended to be a calibration of the intensity/energy response function. That calibration may be made by the instrument manufacturer or other organization. The present procedure provides data to evaluate and confirm the accuracy with which the intensity/energy response function remains constant with instrument usage. Guidance is given on some of the instrumental settings that may affect this constancy.
Document published on: 2005-04-15 Edition: 1 (Monolingual) ICS: 71.040.40 Status: Published Stage: 90.93 (2016-01-22) TC/SC: ISO/TC 201/SC 7 Number of Pages: 14
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