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XRF: Theory, Techniques and Capabilities

12 May 2017  X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRF) is a powerful technique for the analysis of elemental compositions of solid, powdered and liquid materials. It can deliver high precision, quantitative results for both process control and completely unknown samples using purpose built calibrations. High quality results can also be obtained using powerful standardless analysis software. This webinar covers the basics of the technique, extent of its capabilities, instrument types, and touches on the important topic of sample preparation. The webinar is geared toward those with little or no experience with XRF wishing to learn more.

Specific XRF topics

25 November 2016  Specific application courses on sequential WDXRF spectrometers (Zetium, Axios, MagiX, MagiX PRO, PW2404, PW2400, X’Unique, X’Unique II, PW1480 or Wafer Analyzer for Stratos) give advanced training for special software options of SuperQ: Omnian, Pro-Trace, Oil-Trace and Stratos. Particular emphasis is placed on the advanced use of these packages in combination with SuperQ. The specific application courses include theoretical background and hands-on software sessions. Hands-on sessions are carried out offline using computers with simulated spectrometers or online in the application laboratory where appropriate.