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XRD2DScan/Specifications

Current version: 6.1 Compatible with Windows XP and Windows 10. XRD2DScan is compatible with Data Collector, HighScore (Plus) and EasySAXS. Input file types: .xrdml (2D type) and .psf Output file types (2D): .psf and .bmp Output file types (1D): different ASCII type of files, depending on the scan type.           2theta scan: .2Dint (for HighScore), .dat (for EasySAXS, converted in q-scan)           gamma scan: .gsc           line scan: .2Dint, .lsc           d-space scan: .dsc

/Applications

Polymeric compliance is important and requires that no restricted substances are present in materials. Aiming for restricted substance levels in polymers that just comply, can go wrong when materials are combined because the cumulative quantities can be higher than accepted limits. Epsilon 3X is ideal for low-level screening, whereas Epsilon 3XLE, with best-in-class performance, is ideal for low-level quantification at low mg/kg (ppm)-levels. With virtually no sample preparation, it is now possible to determine accurately these elements at sub mg/kg levels when calibrating with the RoHS Calibration Standards.

/Features

The RoHS Calibration Standards guarantee the highest levels of analytical accuracy and precision over a wide concentration range of elemental determination - from low ppm to low percentage. They offer unrivalled homogeneity and are the closest, in respect of composition, to official EU BCR 681k and 680k Certified Reference Materials. This enables compliance with confidence. The concentrations are validated by analysis with multiple analytical techniques. Ideal for use with several polymer types, including PolyPropylene (PP), PolyEthylene (PE) and others, the RoHS Calibration Standards extend PANalytical’s range of innovative industry solutions designed to meet environmental legislation challenges such as RoHS 2, WEEE and ELV. A unique property of PANalytical’s RoHS solutions is the carefully selected uncorrelated concentrations for all elements that enable accurate determination of line overlap correction factors. The ultimate benefit is improved accuracy.