The United States Environmental Protection Agency's (U.S. EPA) commitment to improve air quality across the USA has created an increasing demand for the monitoring of specific elements in ambient particulate matter collected on filters in residential, industrial and recreational areas. X-ray fluorescence is the preferred method to analyze samples related to air monitoring due to the non-destructive nature of the technique and the superior sensitivity achievable.
What you will learn from this poster:
- Excitation conditions
- Sample preparation
- Quantitative analysis
- Limits of detection
Download the poster to see how using the ARL QUANT'X EDXRF Spectrometer is ideal for determining concentrations of multiple elements on air filters.
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