X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy (XRF) is an analytical technique that uses x-rays to scan samples in order to determine their elemental composition.
X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy (XRF) can also be used as a RoHS (Restriction on Hazardous Substances) screening tool. Kindly see our RoHS Screening Analysis using XRF service (Click Here).
- Aluminum to Uranium
- Semiconductors and Electronics (e.g. Integrated circuit (IC), LED, Pins, etc.)
- Environmental Analysis (e.g. soil, sand, plant leaves, etc.)
- Metallurgy and Mining (e.g. Coating, Alloy, Gold, etc.)
- Polymers (e.g. plastics, packaging, toys, etc.)
Sample Types and Requirements:
- Solid – Min Size: 1.2mm (Millimeters)
- Liquid – 5mg (Milligrams)
- Powder – 5g (Grams)