X-ray Fluorescence (XRF)


XRF is a robust technique, combining high precision and accuracy with straightforward, fast sample preparation. It can be readily automated for use in high-throughput industrial environments, plus XRF provides both qualitative and quantitative types of information on a sample. Easy combination of this ‘what?’ and ‘how much?’ information also makes rapid screening (semi-quantitative) analysis possible.

The technology used for the separation (dispersion), identification and intensity measurement of a sample’s X-ray fluorescence spectrum gives rise to two main types of spectrometer: wavelength dispersive (WDXRF) and energy dispersive (EDXRF) systems.

Published 5 Dec 2019

Intelligent solutions launched at the 16th Conference of the Asian Crystallographic Association

Will you be joining the prestigious 16th Conference of Asian Crystallographic Association (AsCA) this December?  Malvern Panalytical is the proud gold sponsor of AsCA 2019 in Singapore. Focusing on intelligent solutions, our application specialists will be sharing new application methods to achieve better research…READ MORE >

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Published 19 Nov 2019

Year of the periodic table

With 2019 coming to an end, unfortunately so is the International Year of the Periodic Table celebrating the discovery of the periodic table 150 years ago. Although nearly everyone has at least heard of the Periodic Table, be it from…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Nov 2019

Análisis vía XRF e ICP – las razones por las cuales usted debería usar fusión para preparar sus muestras

¿Qué es fusión? Puede que usted ya sepa que la elección del método de preparación de muestras para sus análisis vía fluorescencia de rayos X (XRF) o plasma de acoplamiento inductivo (ICP) es un factor crítico para obtener resultados precisos…READ MORE >

Published 7 Nov 2019

Improving safety in semiconductor manufacturing

As the semiconductor industry expands and gets more complex, the safety requirements in the manufacturing environment becomes even stricter. More and more semiconductor fabs require full compliancy to the SEMI-S2 standard. What is the SEMI-S2 standard? “Semiconductor Equipment and Materials…READ MORE >

Published 24 Oct 2019

Understanding two major customer pains in sample preparation by fusion

Even though fusion is the best way to prepare samples prior to XRF analysis, some people are still annoyed with some points related to this technique. Here are two customer pain points explained. 1 – High accuracy of the weighing…READ MORE >

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