analyzing concentrated ore samples of molybdenum iron and copper with xrf by ali somarin 04.08.2014 the equation of trend line in these graphs is used to convert portable xrf readings (in unknown samples) from intensity to percent.
asphalt binders can be analyzed for their content of recycled engine oil bottoms (reob) in field locations using handheld battery-operated x-ray fluorescence (xrf) spectrometers. reob is a residue produced while refining used engine oil. companies collect used engine oil from garages railroads and similar sources. they recover the
binders are typically free of contaminating element because it contains a very light matrix elements that can’t be detected by xrf. the binder needs to be stable under a radiation and backing conditions. the different types of binders can vary from liquid to solid starch and cellulose are some common examples of a type of binder material.
copper and copper alloy production does not always need accurately sorted scrap. the color differences between cu-alloys help sorting. the easiest scrap is copper scrap for refining plants that produce 98.5 % cu. handheld xrf is an ideal method of analysis as it can easily detect and analyze the copper zinc and lead as well as the other alloying element typically found in copper alloys.
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copper ore mined as mainly sulfide ore is usually shipped as concentrate of 20 – 40% in copper content after processing at the plant near mine site. copper concentrate contains a variety of impurities that are either valuable elements as byproducts or harmful to quality in copper metal products and hazardous to the environment and human health.
327 optimization of sample preparation by fusion for xrf-analysis of tungsten concentrates o. evdokimova1 m. zaitceva2 n. pechishcheva1 k. shunyaev1 a. pupyshev2 s. noritcin2 1institute of metallurgy of the ural branch of the russian academy of sciences 620016 yekaterinburg russian federation
the addition of a constant amount of srco 3 was observed to be the proper internal standard for analysis by wavelength-dispersive x-ray fluorescence spectrometry to correct the matrix and grain size effects of many constituents. the weighing of constant amounts of srco 3 binder and sample allowed for the preparation time for analysis to be extended and special tablets containing binder and
the arl perform’x xrf spectrometer has an excellent sensitivity allowing the analysis of silver and gold in lead and zinc ore minerals with excellent precision and accuracy. this ability helps provide a more cost effective and profitable mining operation. this information has been sourced reviewed and adapted from materials provided by thermo fisher scientific - elemental analyzers.