Study of the circumstance influence on the elemental distribution in ancient animal bone using μ-XRF

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YAN Ling-Tong, FENG Song-Lin, FENG Xiang-Qian, XIE Guo-Xi, LI Li and XU Wei. Study of the circumstance influence on the elemental distribution in ancient animal bone using μ-XRF[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2010, 34(3): 417-420. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/34/3/023
YAN Ling-Tong, FENG Song-Lin, FENG Xiang-Qian, XIE Guo-Xi, LI Li and XU Wei. Study of the circumstance influence on the elemental distribution in ancient animal bone using μ-XRF[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2010, 34(3): 417-420.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/34/3/023 shu
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Study of the circumstance influence on the elemental distribution in ancient animal bone using μ-XRF

    Corresponding author: FENG Song-Lin,

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Elemental analysis of archaeological bone plays an important role in the study of the dietary habits of ancient animals. The elemental characteristic of diagenetic skeletons depends on the surrounding circumstance. The study of environmental influence on the elemental concentration of ancient bone is significant. In this paper, the diagenetic influence on archaeological skeletons is analyzed by microbeam X-ray fluorescence (μ-XRF). The results show that the enamel is an excellent barrier to the diagenesis and the element Sr in bone isn't susceptible to contamination from the buried environment.

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