Micro-XRF Workshop – University of Warwick, 12/11/18
Come to our Micro-XRF workshop on Monday 12th November 2018 at the University of Warwick to find out about recent developments in element analysis and mapping.
Now that micro-XRF can map light elements down to carbon, as well as samples with topography, there are lots of new possibilities for the technique!
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New Developments in Micro-XRF
Recent developments have opened up a whole new range of applications and possibilities for micro-XRF element mapping.
You can now analyse:
- Light elements down to carbon – for the first time
- Samples with topography with increased depth of field and enhanced resolution
- Vacuum-sensitive materials with a He-purge system
- Twice as many samples with double the throughput for greater productivity
This brings new possibilities in a whole range of fields, including geology, life science, energy, quality control and materials.
The workshop will introduce the new developments, together with the benefits of micro-XRF and how it works. This will be followed by live demonstrations on the Bruker M4 TORNADO – bring your own samples to analyse, see the results and ask any questions you may have.
- New Applications with Enhanced Micro-XRF – A non-destructive method for elemental mapping from C to Am
Andreas Wittkopp, Bruker
- Micro-XRF as a Tool for Understanding Biological Phenomena and Biomaterials Chemistry
Richard Williams, University of Birmingham
- Hands-on Practical Session
Faulk Reinhardt, Bruker
- Practical Session – Analysing your samples
The workshop is free to attend. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
All are welcome, but numbers are limited so please register online to reserve your space:
Bruker M4 TORNADO
The instrument used in the workshop will be the Bruker M4 TORNADO:
- Measure all types of materials
- Sample sizes up to 600mm x 350mm x 260mm
- Spot sizes down to 25 µm for high spatial resolution