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Analysis of major and minor elements in cast iron

This application note shows that the Epsilon 3X is capable of analyzing major and minor elements in cast iron samples.

The term cast iron usually refers to gray cast iron, but can mean any of a group of iron-based alloys containing more than 2% carbon. It is made by re-melting iron, often together with substantial quantities of scrap iron and scrap steel, and by taking various steps to remove undesirable contaminations such as phosphorus and sulfur.

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