Stockholm University used TXRF in life science research, publishing an article in Nature entitled “Metal-free ribonucleotide reduction powered by a DOPA radical in Mycoplasma pathogens”.
Webinar from Bruker about measuring nutrients and toxic elements in food with TXRF.
Testing water with TXRF trace element analysis. Analyse industrial waste water, fresh water, sewage, tap water, filter samples and environmental monitoring.
Analysing nanoparticles with TXRF trace element analysis, with examples and details of experiment set-up.
Join Bruker for a free webinar on Wednesday 21st September 2016 about analysing pharmaceutical and clinical samples with TXRF trace analysis.
New Bruker S4 TStar Ultra Trace Element Analysis with TXRF A new TXRF (total reflection X-ray fluorescence) spectrometer is now available from Bruker for ultra-trace element analysis in a broad range of fields,… read more →
TXRF is a fast, simple and cost-effective alternative to ICP-MS, a technique commonly used for contamination analysis in laboratories.
Find out more about TXRF (Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometry) trace analysis and try it out using your own samples at our TXRF Workshop.