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Phoenix GO Gas Fusion Machines: Properties & Applications

Built on a foundation of practical expertise in sample preparation and analysis, the Phoenix GO series of gas fusion machines deliver precision and efficiency in a compact and easy-to-use format. XRF Scientific offers two models: The Phoenix Go 4 and the Phoenix GO S. Each one is the result of robust research and development (R&D) into real-world challenges and requirements in sample preparation.

The Phoenix GO line was designed as a natural succession of our reputable Phoenix II and Phoenix VFD gas fusion machines, which boast 20 years’ of market success and integration into almost 1000 installations worldwide. In this blog post, XRF Scientific will briefly outline the properties and applications of our economical Phoenix GO line in a little more detail.


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Platinum Products from XRF Scientific: Selection, RFQ, and Purchase

Tailored performance and longevity combine in XRF Scientific’s range of platinum products for high-technology and analytical applications. We supply a range of laboratory accessories based around a core selection of precious metals and platinum (Pt) alloys, ensuring the optimal intersection of properties that are essential to the customer.

This blog post will explore the purchasing journey of typical XRF Scientific customers, and hopefully answer any questions you might have about selecting, pricing, and buying our platinum products and precious metal analytical accessories.

Selecting Platinum Products and Precious Metal Labware

The typical buying process for XRF Scientific customers begins with platinum product selection, provided that their spec...

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Limitations of X-Ray Fluorescence Technology

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) technology exploits the inherent emission properties of materials to interpret their elemental composition. It is one of the primary analytical methods used to determine the chemical content of various samples at the trace and ultra-trace levels. Among the many benefits of X-ray fluorescence technology are its extreme versatility, non-destructiveness, and outstanding levels of accuracy due to the technology’s reliable underlying physics. However, there are drawbacks to this industry-leading method of materials characterization.

In this blog post, XRF Scientific explores the limitations of X-ray fluorescence technology in greater detail. We will also offer a few solutions to the challenges represented by modern elemental analysis.


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