Micro-XRF Workshop

12 November 2018 10:00-16:30, Coventry, United Kingdom


Introduction
Recent developments have opened up a whole new range of applications and possibilities for micro-XRF element mapping.

You can now analyse:
  • Light elements down to carbon 
  • Samples with topography 
  • Vacuum-sensitive materials with a He-purge system
  • Higher throughput than ever before
This opens up new applications in many areas, including geoscience, life science, energy research, process control and materials.

The workshop will explain these technological developments and the new possibilities. This will be followed by live demonstrations on the Bruker M4 TORNADO – bring your own samples to analyse, see the results and have your questions answered.

Programme

  • New Applications with Enhanced Micro-XRF – A non-destructive method for elemental mapping from C to Am, Andreas Wittkopp, Bruker
  • Invited Speakers TBC
  • Hands-on Practical Session, Faulk Reinhardt, Bruker
  • Lunch
  • Practical Session – Analysing your samples

Registration

There is no charge to attend but advance registration is required. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

All are welcome; register online using the book now button.
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University of Warwick

University of Warwick, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, United Kingdom

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