Elemental analysis of solid and liquid samples with XRF
XRF is a quantitative and qualitative method that can be used to analyze solid and liquid materials. This method is intended for a standard screening of homogeneous materials that do not require special sample preparation, precautions, or have any other special requirements.
The method is capable of quantifying elements from fluorine to uranium in solid and liquid samples. For oil samples, elements from sodium to uranium can be quantified with a detection limit of 10 ppm. For solid samples, the quantification limit is > 0.01 m-%.
More information about the method family:XRF Analysis (XRF)
- Suitable sample matrices
- Solids, powders and liquids
- Minimum sample amount
- 2 g
- Typical turnaround time
- 1 week after receiving the sample
- Quality system
- Accredited test method
- Device types