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Fusion is a proven and reliable technique to prepare samples for X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis, but many laboratory technicians still struggle to obtain accurate and reproducible analytical results with this method. We can address this issue by identifying and eliminating potential root causes that impact final analytical results..

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This white paper explores a number of ways that today’s modern, laboratory-based PXRD instrumentation and advanced software can greatly assist pharmaceutical scientists in their quest to develop high quality, stable products and accelerate their speed to market. All applications described and many more can be performed on a single PXRD instrument..

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Empyrean Nano edition
Date:
April 24 2018
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English
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Automated image analysis systems that provide more detailed morphological information are rapidly replacing manual microscopy as the most effective method of characterizing both particle shape and size. Here we discuss 8 key reasons why users of manual microscopy should consider upgrading to automated imaging and chemical imaging techniques. .

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Morphologi range
Date:
March 27 2018
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English
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This booklet gives a general introduction to X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry and XRF analysis. It explains simply how a spectrometer works and how XRF analysis is done. It is intended for people new to the field of XRF analysis. Difficult mathematical equations are avoided and the booklet requires only a basic knowledge of mathematics and physics.

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Epsilon 1 range
Date:
February 8 2018
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English
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This white paper outlines the main benefits of using hard radiation for material analysis studies. X-ray powder diffractometers are generally equipped with X-ray sources using Cu anodes. For specific applications, however, switching to shorter wavelength, ‘harder’ radiation, like obtained from X-ray tubes with Mo or Ag anodes, gives significant improvements over Cu, or even allows experiments that are impossible with Cu radiation, like experiments where a large Q range needs to be probed.. Often, people make use of synchrotron radiation, but new developments on source, optics and detector technologies allow a variety of hard radiation experiments in the home lab. In this white paper we present six key advantages of hard radiation studies. .

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Empyrean
Date:
October 6 2017
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English
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