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How do I normalize the x-ray diffraction intensity If I have samples which has different thickness?

I have two samples which has the different thickness. I did XRD to compare the peak intensity but I do not know how to normalize it. Right now, I know the thickness of each film.

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You need to talk to the specific doctor that carried out the x-ray. He or she will then order for another x-ray or decide on the scheme to use to normalize the x-ray depending on its thickness.

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Now a days, they use digital cameras for x-rays--they are instant. If by chance the picture is just too dense to get an accurate read, then normally a doctor will order an MRI or CT Scan.

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