Metal and Metal Alloy Analysis

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Metal is particularly well-suited for structural and load-bearing uses due to its strength, ductility, malleability, and reliable performance across temperatures. Today’s scientists are striving to expand capabilities even further by developing metals that are stronger, lighter, and allow more shape memory.

Typically crystalline in structure, metals are often studied via elemental and structural analysis. Optical emission spectrometry technique is universally used in the metal industry for fast chemical composition analysis, whether for incoming material or metal quality control and production analysis. From handheld to bulk analysis, x-ray spectroscopy is also widely used to identify emerging materials in a variety of stages including R&D and process monitoring. It is essential to know when to employ the various elemental and structural analysis techniques: SEM/EDS, XPS, OES, XRF and XRD. See our application notes and webinars to uncover how we analyze metals with a variety of tools and applications.

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  Blog Analyzing Metals Blog
  Brochure Exclusive Portfolio and Capability for Advanced Inclusion Analysis
Brochure Optimize Your Metals Production Process
Poster The Iron and Steel Manufacturing Process
Web page Trace Metal Contaminant Analysis
Compounding & Extrusion, Rheology Webinar Rheology for Metal Injection Molding & Powder Injection Molding
EDS Application Note Rapid Evaluation of Smelting Copper Compounds Using COMPASS
EDXRF Application Note Analysis of Hazardous Substances and Products for WEEE/RoHS Compliance by EDXRF
EDXRF Application Note Analysis of Metallurgical Slags with EDXRF
EDXRF Application Note Analysis of Heavy Metals in Sewage Sludge
EDXRF Application Note Analysis of Gold Jewellry with EDXRF
LIMS Web page LIMS for Metals Manufacturing
OES Application Note Ultra-fast Analysis of Micro Inclusions in Aluminum and its Alloys with ARL iSpark Metal Analyzers
OES Application Note Ultra-fast Analysis of Micro Inclusions in Steel with ARL iSpark Metal Analyzers – Advanced Inclusion Analysis
OES Application Note Ultra-fast Analysis of Micro Inclusions in Steel with ARL iSpark Metal Analyzers – Standard Inclusion Analysis
OES Video ARL iSpark OES
OES Video ARL easySpark Metals Analyzer
OES Software Brochure Spark-DAT Software Suite
PGNAA Application Note Application of On-line Elemental Analysis for Control of Sinter Feed Basicity
Process Mass Spectrometry Application Note Improving Product Quality and Process Efficiency in Basic Oxygen Steelmaking
Process Mass Spectrometry Application Note Accurate Multi-component Blast Furnace Gas Analysis Maximizes Iron Production and Minimizes Coke Consumption
Process Mass Spectrometry Blog Post Process Mass Spectrometers Help Achieve Dynamic Process Control in Basic Oxygen Steelmaking
WDXRF Blog Post Platinum Group Metals Connect: Electronics Applications
WDXRF Application Note Analysis of Metallurgical Slags with the ARL OPTIM’X WDXRF Sequential-Simultaneous Spectrometer Configuration
WDXRF Application Note Analysis of Zn Coating on Steel Plate with the ARL OPTIM’X WDXRF Sequential Spectrometer
WDXRF Application Note Analysis of Ferrous Base
WDXRF Application Note Small Spot Analysis: Performance in Ferrous Base
XRD Application Note Quantitative Determination of Rutile Versus Anatase in Heavy Minerals
XRF Application Note Precious Element Analysis in Lead and Zinc Processing with ARL PERFORM’X Series Advanced X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers
XPS Application Note Surface Chemical-State Analysis of Metal Oxide Catalysts
XPS Application Note Investigating the Oxidation of a Cobalt-based Catalyst Using X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
XPS Webinar Understanding Metal Surfaces and Oxides