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1986). A further improvement in the Gaussian (z) approach for matrix correction in quantitative electron probe microanalysis. Scanning, 8(2), 45-67. Both effects, called the R-factor (backscattering) and the S-factor (stopping power), respectively, are then combined to make up for the so-called atomic number correction, whicQ. is usually expressed by Z. This Z-factor is proportional""'1i) the total number of ionisations generated in the target. -Secondly, it is necessary to adopt some kind ofdoi:10.1002/sca.4950080204 fatcat:6wva3mfmfff6valthf2vjxfuku