Using Synthetic WROXI for Oxide Analysis

Comprising 19 synthetic multi-element standards and containing a total of 21 different inorganic oxides, the WROXI Application module is a primary analytical solution. The customer’s flux, dilution ratios and methodology can be used to deliver the standards as powders to be prepared as fused beads on-site.

Packed under nitrogen, 19 airtight plastic bottles, each containing 5 g of powdered standards, are supplied with each set of WROXI standards.


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All the fused glass beads were generated using a Claisse Eagon 2 automatic fusion instrument. Uniform heating conditions were possible with its muffle furnace and great insulation properties, which provided repeatable and reproducible fusion conditions.

A Malvern Panalytical Epsilon 4 EDXRF spectrometer was used to perform measurements equipped with a 15 W, 50 kV silver anode X-ray tube, a high-resolution SDD30 silicon drift detector, 6 beam filters, a helium purge facility, a sample spinner and a 10-position removable sample changer.

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