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Do you catch the “drift”?

Recent discussion within the industry has highlighted the importance of monitoring the intensity drift of X-ray tubes operating within XRF spectrometers used in the analysis of wide ranging materials.  (more…)

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Platinum mould flatness and its effect on XRF analysis

In XRF techniques the observed fluorescent X-ray counts are not directly proportional to concentration but must be corrected for absorption-enhancement effects caused by the influence of all other elements in the samples. (more…)

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Automatic weighing of XRF Press Pellet binders

For x-ray florescence analysis to be performed, a solid sample should first be prepared into a fused glass disc or pressed pellet.  In both techniques the sample must first be milled to a consistent particle size that is capable of further preparation.  (more…)

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