News - 10 Feb 2014
PANalytical presented their upgraded Epsilon 3X benchtop X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers to the public at this year’s AXAA conference (9-13 February, Perth, Australia).
News - 28 Aug 2013
Remember the periodic table from chemistry class in school? Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have presented fresh evidence that confirms the existence of a previously unknown chemical...
News - 21 Jul 2015
A study performed at North Carolina State University (NC State) has revealed that strong yet lightweight composite metal foams not only withstand high impact collisions, but can also block gamma rays,...
News - 17 Apr 2015
Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt, a Professor of Chemistry at Florida State University, has discovered that californium is a transitional element that enables the linking of one part of the Periodic Table of...
News - 29 Mar 2007
Researchers at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, have unlocked some of the physical and chemical secrets of plutonium, an element known for its use in atomic weapons and power plant fuel....
News - 27 Mar 2020
At the North Carolina State University, researchers have devised a new method that enables identifying the historical location and distribution of radioactive materials, for example, weapons-grade...
News - 21 Jun 2018
A group of researchers from the Lobachevsky University of Nizhny Novgorod (UNN) - including physicists, chemists, and engineers - has at present made joint research attempts to overcome the challenges...
News - 8 Apr 2008
Modern-day scientific Magellans and Columbus’s, exploring the uncharted seas at the fringes of the Periodic Table of the Elements, have landed on one long-sought island — the fabled Island...
News - 24 Jun 2020
A team of scientists working at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has discovered a new form of the human-made element mendelevium. The newly created isotope, mendelevium-244, is the...
Article - 20 Mar 2019
This article discusses the analysis of air filters using an EDXRF spectrometer.