Analysis Options

EPMA Xtreme Probe


Probe Menu Details > Analytical

Analysis Options

The Analysis Options dialog allows the user to turn on or off a number of analytical options. This allows for greater flexibility in the quantitative analysis of unusual samples or to pinpoint problems in the analysis.



Use Deadtime Correction

Use Beam Drift Correction

Use Automatic Drift Correction on Standard Intensities

Use Assigned Interference Corrections on Standards and Unknowns

Use Assigned or Self Time Dependent Intensity (TDI) Corrections on Unknowns

Use Time Weighted Data For TDI Fit

Use Absorption Corrected MAN Continuum Intensities

Use Particle and Thin Film Correction Parameters

Check For Same Peak Positions in Unknown and Standard

Check For Same PHA Settings in Unknown and Standard

Use Zero Point For Calibration Curve (Off-Peak Elements Only)

Use Conductive Coating Correction for Beam Energy Loss

Use Conductive Coating Correction for X-ray Absorption

Do Not Use Fast Quantitative Analysis

Use Empirical MAC Values

Use Empirical APF Values

Use Aggregated Intensities for Duplicate Quantitative Elements

Use Blank Calibration Sample Trace Element Accuracy Corrections

Force Negative K-ratios to Zero In ZAF Calculations

Calculate Electron and X-ray Ranges For Sample Compositions

Use Oxygen From Halogens (F, Cl, Br and I) Correction

Use Nth Point Calculation For Off-Peak Intensities (for testing purposes only)

Use Count Overwrite Table Intensity Table for Data Calculations

Use Automatic Format For Results

Use Detailed Printout for Data and Analytical Results

Print Analyzed (Acquired) and Specified On Same Line

Display Count Intensities Unnormalized To Time (in Analyze!)

Display Charge Balance Calculation

Elemental Output Sort Order