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Used in X-ray spectroscopy to name the spectral lines that are characteristic to elements. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forSiegbahn notation

    • He developed a convention for naming the different spectral lines that are characteristic to elements in X-ray spectroscopy, the Siegbahn notation.Manne Siegbahn-Wikipedia
    • The K-alpha line of Moseley's time is now known to be a pair of close lines, written as (Kα1 and Kα2) in Siegbahn notation.Bohr model-Wikipedia
    • These letters were later found to correspond to the n values 1, 2, 3, etc. They are used in the spectroscopic Siegbahn notation.Electron shell-Wikipedia
    • Moseley found that the K_\alpha lines (in Siegbahn notation) were indeed related to the atomic number, Z.Moseley's law-Wikipedia
    • The main transitions are given names: an L→K transition is traditionally called Kα, an M→K transition is called Kβ, an M→L transition is called Lα, and so on.X-ray fluorescence-Wikipedia
    • Here R(Q) is the reflectivity,, \lambda is the X-ray wavelength (typically copper's K-alpha peak at 0.154056 nm), is the density deep within the material and \theta is the angle of incidence.X-ray reflectivity-Wikipedia

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