X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)

    Facility/equipment: Facility

      Description

      Model: XRF Axios Max (PANalytical). Equiped with standardless analysis software (Omnian).
      XRF is an analytical method to determine the chemical composition of all kinds of materials. The materials can be in solid, liquid, powder, filtered or other form. XRF can also sometimes be used to determine the thickness and composition of layers and coatings. The method is fast, accurate and non-destructive, and usually requires only a minimum of sample preparation. Applications are very broad and include the metal, cement, oil, polymer, plastic and food industries, along with mining, mineralogy and geology, and environmental analysis of water and waste materials.
      Features:
      *Simultaneous measurement of up to 28 elements, with a minimum of 2 second measurement per sample
      *High sensitivity HiPer channels for light-element analysis
      *Analytical flexibility with the option of up to 4 goniometers
      *Range of X-ray anode materials (Rh, Cr, Mo, Au) enables highest performance for specific application

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      Fluorescence
      X rays
      Goniometers
      Mineralogy
      Geology
      Chemical analysis
      Powders
      Anodes
      Polymers
      Cements
      Oils
      Metals
      Plastics
      Coatings
      Water
      Liquids
      Industry