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Sequential X-Ray Spectrometer

The Philips Magix Pro? WD-XRF is used for routine major and trace element analysis of sediments, rocks, soils, ores, and oils. The sequential spectrometer is designed for fast, high precision, qualitative and quantitative elemental analysis. Samples are normally run under vacuum as fused glass discs, pressed powders and thin-films or under a He atmosphere for liquids.

Facility: http://id.southampton.ac.uk/facility/F10094
Part of: Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences
School of Ocean and Earth Science
Location: National Oceanography Centre

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