X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry is used extensively for exploration, process and quality control in the mining and minerals industry. Simple sample preparation and good to excellent detection limits across large parts of the periodic table are the principle reasons for this choice.
This webinar will demonstrate that Malvern Panalytical’s Minerals edition of Zetium is capable of fast and accurate analysis of up to 50 trace, minor and major elements / compounds in geological samples prepared as pressed powders and fused beads. Huge time savings are also achievable for the analysis using SumXcore technology: combined Wavelength dispersive (WD) and Energy dispersive (ED) technologies in one spectrometer.
The live webinar will demonstrate the basics of:
- Advantages of applying different sample preparation methods for the analysis of wide range oxides (WROXI) and trace elements using Pro-Trace application package
- Use of SumXcore technology for high sample throughput in the mining industry
- Assurance of optimal short-term stability, precision and LLD of the Minerals edition of the Zetium.
Alexander Komelkov Ph.D. - Application Specialist XRF
- Who should attend?
Professionals working for mining, minerals and metals companies, laboratory managers and engineers, application and method developers, researchers, professors and technical associations searching for knowledge and new analysis solutions and anyone interested in X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy.
- Why attend?
In this webinar a live demonstration will show the ease of use of the Minerals edition of Zetium using SumXcore technology. Several case studies from the mining and minerals industry will treach you how to perform a measurement, execute quantification and evaluate the results.