Analyzing glass disks with an X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer remains the fastest and most convenient method for the chemical analysis of solid samples. However, the investments made in XRF and fusion equipment sometimes not always yield to the expected analytical results and estimated financial pay-offs.
Our experts recently published a white paper that tells you why.
Whether it has to do with inappropriate reference materials, wrong calibration of the XRF, inadequate sample preparation or incompatibility between the fusion instrument and spectrometer, these issues can easily be solved with the help of end-to-end expertise. A short success story at the end of the paper proves it.
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