Bruker invites you to explore the exciting world of Micro-XRF for Geology. Micro-XRF is an analytical technique that uses small-spot X-rays to map relative elemental abundance and concentration on the micron scale. Innovative geologists haven been applying Micro-XRF for many years to answer research questions in fields as varied as mineralogy, planetary sciences (impact research), sedimentology, and paleontology. Features of Micro-XRF such as its large elemental range, high spatial resolution, and non-destructive nature have made the technique an ideal companion of the geological researcher.
This webinar will provide an overview of Micro-XRF applications in the geological sciences and give you the opportunity to get your questions about the method answered by leading experts in Micro-XRF. We hope to inspire you on how Micro-XRF can be applied to solve your toughest analytical challenges or give you new ideas on how to get more from an existing instrument.
Bruker's M4 TORNADO is a tabletop Micro-XRF spectrometer which combines micrometer spatial resolution and element mapping capability with a powerful set of analytical tools for qualitative and quantitative analysis. In this webinar, we will present several examples of qualitative and quantitative applications, including:
These and other examples will highlight the capabilities of the technique in the different fields, rounded off by a Q&A session where our experts will answer all your questions.
Dr. Roald Tagle
Senior Application Scientist Micro-XRF, Bruker Nano Analytics
Application Scientist Micro-XRF, Bruker Nano Analytics