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Trace elemental analysis of wastewater and sewage applying a new multi-excitation TXRF spectrometer

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S4 TStar at Analytica 2016TXRF is ideally suited for elemental analysis of wastewater and sewage.

This webinar will demonstrate the performance of Bruker's new, flexible multi-excitation TXRF spectrometer S4 TStar and its application to industrial wastewater, sewage, mining waste and process runoff. It will highlight the ease of sample preparation of this analytical technique for routine lab analysis, industrial lab testing and environmental research institutions. You will learn about the preparation of slurries, suspensions and other multi-phase mixtures without any time-consuming digestion procedures.

 

This webinar will focus on improved levels of detection of a most modern TXRF spectrometer equipped with two X-ray tubes and new large area detectors. Ease of use and highest data quality is guaranteed by automatic instrument quality checks and alignment procedures. You will also learn about new tools and processes to streamline all of your sewage testing needs. Whether you are interested in method development for environmental monitoring, water quality testing or regulated sewage analysis, this webinar will give you the information you need on the capabilities of the TXRF technique.

 

There will be a 15 minute Q&A session where our experts will answer your questions.

Speakers

  • Dr. Armin Gross, Product Manager TXRF, Bruker Nano Analytics
  • Dr. Hagen Stosnach, Application Scientist TXRF, Bruker Nano Analytics

Who should attend?

  • Researchers involved with environmental sciences, including water, sediment, mud, food, fertilizer and waste
  • Scientists at institutes for geochemistry, fuel exploration, mining and environmental protectio
  • Trace elemental analysis of wastewater and sewage applying a new multi-excitation TXRF spectrometer
  • Cement, petrochemical, agricultural, waste recycling and refinery personnel

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