X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Webinar

The Importance of Good Sample Preparation

Best practice for you laboratory.

The key to stable, reproducible analytical results from your XRF spectrometer is not only a stable, working spectrometer, but also a stable, reproducible sample preparation protocol that's appropriate for the material being measured. Choosing an appropriate sample preparation method depends both on the material itself, and on the limitations of the analytical technique with respect to the elements you wish to analyse.

In this one-hour webinar, specialists from Herzog and Bruker present the background to sampling and sample preparation. They also cover how to check that your samples have been prepared appropriately and what effects bad sample preparation can have on your measurement result.


Colin Slater

Research & Development, Bruker AXS GmbH

Martin Lischka

Research & Development Herzog Maschinenfabrik GmbH