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This datasheet demonstrates that the Epsilon 1, a benchtop energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, is more than capable of analyzing major, minor and trace elements in ceramic nanomaterials, in an easy and non-destructive way. In the production of nanomaterials, catalysts are often used to enhance the formation of particles smaller than 100 nm. Nanomaterials are being used in many new applications. These include healthcare, composite materials, electrical and many other applications.

Products:
Epsilon 1 Research and education
Date:
July 27 2017
Language:
English

This data sheet investigates the capabilities of the Epsilon 1, a benchtop energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer XRF) as a tool for analyzing P, Cl, K, Ca, Mn, Fe, Cu and Zn in milk powder prepared as loose powders. The simple sample preparation along with quick and simultaneous measurement of elements, make the XRF technique an interesting analytical method for the food industry. It allows analysis close to production lines.

Products:
Epsilon 1 range
Date:
July 27 2017
Language:
English

Zetium and EmpyreanMeteorites are records of the processes which occured in the early stages of the formation of the solar system. What makes them interesting is that they typically preserve the original chemistry and mineral phases over billions of years since they typically do not undergo geological transformations in space. By studying their elemental composition and mineral phases a better understanding of how the solar system was formed can be obtained. X -ray diffraction (XRD) is a common technique used to investigate phase composition of meteorites but does not provide elemental analysis. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy is a well-recognized technique used to determine the elemental composition of rocks.

Products:
Zetium
Date:
July 27 2017
Language:
English

This datasheet investigates the capabilities of the Epsilon 1, a benchtop energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer as a tool for screening lead in wheat noodles. The simple sample preparation along with quick measurements of elements, make the XRF technique an interesting analytical method for the food industry. It allows analysis close to production lines. The Codex Alimentarius requires a maximum level of lead to be less than 0.2 mg/kg in cereal grains (Codex Standard 193-1995). Five in-house wheat noodle standards were used to set up the calibrations for lead in instant noodles. Five grams of loose powder were weighed into a disposable sample cup for measurement

Products:
Epsilon 1 Research and education
Date:
July 27 2017
Language:
English

Since the 1990s, the automotive industry has become the largest consumer of platinum (Pt), palladium (Pd), and rhodium (Rh) on account of the arrival of catalytic converters in car exhaust systems. Approximately 40% of the total Pt, 74% of the total Pd and 80% of the total Rh were consumed by the auto catalyst industry in 2012. Malvern Panalytical has developed a simple sodium peroxide fusion method, for the dissolution of automotive catalytic converters substrates samples. Combined with a simultaneous ICP-OES, it yields good accuracy and precision for the determination of Pt, Pd and Rh contents in autocatalysts. The Claisse® fusion method is quick, allows total sample dissolution, eliminates the use of dangerous acids and demonstrates good accuracy, precision and recovery for Pt, Pd and Rh. To read the full application note, please login or create a free account.

Products:
Claisse range
Date:
September 8 2017
Language:
English

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