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  • Selecting the Appropriate X-ray Fluorescence Instrument for High Reliability Electronic Components and WEEE/RoHS Screening
    The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives require electronic components testing by both the commercial and High Reliability markets. X-ray fluorescence measurement is an ideal method for this testing because
  • Quantitative Analysis of Antimony (Sb) in Plastics by EDXRF
    Presenting the results of sensitivity evaluation testing of commercially available antimony-spiked PE (polyethylene) plastic standards using the EDX-720/GP X-ray fluorescence spectrometer. In addition, since quick screening evaluation analysis of these restricted elements is often judged by the OK
  • EDXRF Analysis of Lead, Cadmium, Mercury and Chromium in Zinc Alloy
    X-ray fluorescence analysis can be used to quickly and easily analyze samples in solid, powder and liquid states nondestructively, and is therefore widely used as a screening method for compliance with the RoHS/ELV directives. Presented here are the results of our evaluation of the calibration
  • Medical Device Link .
    x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scans of the hip or spine, scans which may be inconvenient, if not expensive, to obtain. However, a company specializing in computer-aided diagnostics technology has come up with a plan to provide osteoporosis screening to more women. CompuMed (Los Angeles;
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    this with the expense and inconvenience of x-ray procedures, and the need for alternative and complementary screening assays is clear. While no IVD test is yet available for primary screening for breast cancer, one test holds promise. The mammastatin serum assay (MSA) developed by Biotherapies Inc., the joint
  • Finding the needle in a haystack
    X-rays, tomography, spectrometry, and photoionization are being used to detect explosives and weapons. An X-ray machine for detecting weapons and explosives provides this see-through image of a tanker truck. X-ray machines such as those from L-3 Communications, let screeners see and highlight
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    (II) and Cobalt(II) 2,6-Naphthalenedicarboxylate Tetrahydrate Crystalline Component Identification From Simulated Powder X-Ray Diffraction Patterns DeNOx and DeSOx Activity of Rare-earth, Transition-metal and Mixed-metal Oxides: Systematic Design of Better Catalysts Through Orbital-band Interaction

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