XRF Theory & Resources

Learn X-ray fluorescence specroscopy

Quantitative X-ray Spectrometry Principles and Practice of X-Ray Spectrometric Analysis X-Ray Spectrometry: Recent Technological Advances X-Ray Spectroscopy In Environmental Sciences Handbook Of X-Ray Spectrometry Preparation of Specimens X-Ray Based Methods Of Analysis (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry) Handbook Of Practical X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis
Since the use of a primary X-ray beam to excite fluorescent radiation from the sample was first proposed by Glocker and Schreiber in 1928, an extensive body of knowledge has been developed for X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy instrumentation, software, and sample preparation. The following links cover the practical use of XRF in great detail:


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