We’ve asked our viewers to share their top challenges during elemental analysis. We’ve noticed common trends like matrix effects, accuracy in light elemental analysis, mineralogical effects, calibration and having to procure expensive calibration standards. Accurate and precise elemental analysis is dependent on the quality of calibration standards used. And yes, finding high quality standards for a given analytical range can be challenging and also expensive. In this webinar, our application specialists provide knowledge on how fused bead analysis provides better precision and accurate elemental analysis for both light and heavy elements. They will also introduce Malvern Panalytical’s in-house synthetic standards, known as WROXI (wide range of oxide materials).
This addresses major issues faced with pressed powder analysis. Learn about how you can accurately analyse a very wide concentration range in a single calibration, when used in combination with the Fundamental Parameters (FP) matrix correction model.
What will I learn ?
1. Tips on achieving better precision elemental screening
2. Learn about synthetic standards in the market; namely Malvern Panalytical’s WROXI
3. See how these standards can be used as a primary fused bead calibration or to verify in-house standards for pressed powder applications (using fusion)
4. Understand how WROXI can be applied across materials including silicates, carbonates, phosphates, rocks, soils, iron ores, manganese ores and cements
5. What’s new in fusion sample preparation and fusion borate technology
Hari Bhaskar, Manager for Process and Automation Solutions for Malvern Panalytical
Hari holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and has been working with the company for the last 20 years in various capacities - Service, Sales, Application and Product Support.
Hari is currently based in Perth, Western Australia. He has worked with customers from various segments including cement, mining, metals, pharmaceuticals, academia, oil and petrol chemicals, service labs and more, providing advice on Malvern Panalytical’s fusion sample preparation, XRF, XRD, CNA solutions for their applications. Hari has sound product knowledge and extensive experience in method development for a wide range of application areas.
Hari is also the Course Director for various training and application courses such as “XRF at the workplace”, “SuperQ XRF software” and “HighScore XRD software”.
Who should attend?
1. Chemists, laboratory managers, geologists, service labs
2. Anyone performing elemental analysis
3. Existing users of Malvern Panalytical elemental spectrometers
4. Or those who want to expand their knowledge about synthetic standards
How long is this webinar?
40 minutes is the intended speaker time with additional time for addressing queries.
Interested to learn more?
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