Technical literature

Clinical applications

Shimadzu has published an application handbook titled Clinical.

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Steel analysis

Rigaku has published a new application report describing the analysis of low-alloy steel using a benchtop wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometer.

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Overcoming matrix effects with XRF

Spectro have published a white paper explaining why overcoming matrix effects associated with X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis is critical to achieving consistent high-accuracy results..

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Demonstration DVD

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Thermo Fisher Scientific have announced the availability of a new demonstration DVD which serves as a convenient evaluation tool to increase efficiency in elemental analysis laboratories in a variety of application areas in the metallurgy industry, from foundries to large aluminium smelters and modern steel works. Featuring a video of the automated ARL Metals Analyser with SMS-2000 sampling manipulation systems the DVD is designed to allow current and prospective customers to discover the features, benefits and abilities of automation. It provides a complete overview of the ARL SMS-2000 series, featuring the benefits of full laboratory workflow automation, from sample preparation and analysis to sample labelling and result distribution. Designed for use with Thermo's OES or XRF spectrometers, the system provides an integrated automation solution with operational flexibility to cover the most demanding applications. A choice of sample preparation techniques is available for metals and oxides. Users are able to achieve more precise results in less time and are able to work closer to low-grade specification limits, saving expensive alloying material. The DVD can be requested free-of-charge from the company's website.

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Chemicals Addendum

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Alfa Aesar has published a new Research Chemicals Addendum that includes products which have been added since the publication of the 2008/2009 full line catalogue. The new addendum features over 400 new products, many of which are novel fine organics, including new boronic acids, silanes and silanols, chiral diamines and fluorochemicals. Other new products include nanomaterials, pure metals, alloys and analytical standards. Many of the new products in this catalogue are only available from the company.

Alfa Aesar
Issue: 21/05
RSN: 142

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