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Please Help! X-Ray Fluorescent (XRF) Test - Definition

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X-Ray Fluorescent (XRF) Test

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Simply it's a test conducted using an X ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer in order to know the chemical composition of a metal or a compound or any other inorganic substance.

For further information you may wish to refer to this page.

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X-Ray Fluorescent (XRF) Test

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In addition to Samsung's response, XRF is also used in measuring thickness of plating deposits.

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Hello Cove members,

I would like to seek and have clear explanation for the below in a simple manner :

1. Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass-Spectometry (ICP) Test.
2. X-Ray Fluorescent (XRF) Test
3. SONY GREEN Partner (SS-00259) Standard

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Hello Samsung and Jim,

Thanks for your inputs but can help me further with the rest of the definitions and their applications respectively? as i would like to have an overall idea of them.
See these threads:
Sony Green Partner Standard
Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrophotometry Test


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Thanks for your inputs but can help me further with the rest of the definitions and their applications respectively? as i would like to have an overall idea of them.

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Please clarify which 'definitions' and applications to enable us to address the specifics.

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............ with the rest of the definitions and their applications respectively? ...............
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I would like to seek and have clear explanation for the below in a simple manner :

1. Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass-Spectometry (ICP) Test.
2. X-Ray Fluorescent (XRF) Test
3. SONY GREEN Partner (SS-00259) Standard
Your original question had been divided into three and had been answered - check the other threads further down the list.
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Your original question had been divided into three and had been answered - check the other threads further down the list.
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