Air pollution, soils, grounds and wastewater
Xenemetrix Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (ED-XRF) spectrometers bring expanded capabilities to environmental monitoring through the combination of proven detection methods with innovative technologies, including regulatory monitoring for compliance and research.
Analytical Chemistry study with Xenemetrix ED-XRF
Modern research deals with the development of new forms of diagnostic technologies for different purposes, such as solutions for laboratory needs, devices and methods that deliver accurate and reliable results at a very high level of productivity.
Museum curators, art historians, and archeologists analysis to alert
Art, artifact and antique analysis can be done using non-destructive, fast and simple XRF methods to identify what items are made of.
Art historians, archeologists and conservators are constantly concerned with the questions of where, when and by whom an object was made. Investigations of physical properties and especially chemical composition of artifacts are helpful and increasingly applied to allocate an object to a particular historic or prehistoric context, to determine the correctness of the presumed origin or to explore the technology used for the manufacturing.
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