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Processing Ores Into High-Purity Metals

Processing Ores Into High-Purity Metals

Along the process of the production of metals and alloys, an accurate assessment of elemental contents is of great importance for the profitability and efficiency of mining sites, the process control in smelters and foundries as well as for the quality control of final products. Here the demands of the different stakeholders differ in terms of analytical tasks and environmental conditions of testing sites.

This seminar discusses the demands of different metal processing stages, from ores to high-purity metals, and presents ideal atomic spectrometry solutions such as AAS and ICP-OES for a robust, timely and reliable analysis of a wide range of elemental parameters in mining and metal samples.


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