Application Notes - Atomic Spectroscopy

Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
SciAps has developed a handheld analyzer based on laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS).
Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
Demonstration of the advantages of using the Orbis micro-XRF elemental analyzer rather than other analysis techniques to perform elemental analysis through a plastic barrier and/or at atmospheric pressure.
Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
Moxtek now has a full energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence detector solution with Moxtek's XPIN detectors and our new MXDPP-50 electronics.
Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
This application note describes the capability of the Teledyne Leeman Lab's Prodigy7 High-Dispersion ICP for performing analysis according to SW-846 Method 6010C.
Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
This application note introduces an Application Package for quantitative analysis of additive elements in polymer.
Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
Sample matrices with high organic content have created a significant challenge for sample preparation methods.
Feb 01, 2014
Application Notebook
The new Savillex C400d PFA concentric nebulizer for ICP-MS combines the reliability of a low flow glass nebulizer with the chemical resistance and low elemental background of a PFA concentric nebulizer.
Dec 01, 2013
Spectroscopy
With over 1300 commercial testing labs in the United States, one out of every three samples is for water analysis. There has been an even stronger emphasis on mercury testing and its concentration in our water supplies.
Feb 01, 2013
Application Notebook
The measurement of trace elements is important across a wide variety of materials characterization problems. When measuring small glass fragments collected from crime and accident scenes, forensics experts analyze trace strontium (Sr) and zirconium (Zr) typically unintentionally incorporated into the glass during manufacturing as one point of identification or comparison.
Feb 01, 2013
Application Notebook
By Spectroscopy Editors
Moxtek's ULTRA-LITE X-ray source is a very small self contained X-ray source (X-ray tube and high voltage power supply) for use in portable X-ray applications, such as the handheld X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers. This note demonstrates that this X-ray source has a stable and repeatable X-ray flux output over time, which is vital for the precision of the calibrated XRF measurements.
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