Micro-XRF Workshop 10/11/15
Tuesday 10th November 2015
Find out all about micro-XRF analysis and try it out using your own samples at our workshop in Coventry.
- Non-destructive composition and element distribution analysis
- Wide variety of applications
- Discuss your research with a micro-XRF specialist from Bruker
- Bring your own samples and see the results
If you have any questions, please get in touch.
Registration for the workshop has now closed. If you are interested in Micro-XRF, please contact us on 01223 422 269 or email@example.com
Micro-XRF Workshop Programme
The day will start at 10am on Tuesday 10th November.
- An introduction to the theory and practice of micro-XRF analysis
- “Elemental Mapping in Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and Understanding the Biology of Healing” a talk from Dr. Richard L. Williams, Tissue Regeneration and Interface Lab (TRAIL), University of Birmingham
- Presentations from a micro-XRF applications scientist at Bruker
- How to get the best result for your application
- Try micro-XRF using your own samples
- All your questions answered
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The workshop will be held at Bruker’s demo lab on Banner Lane in Coventry, where you can also see their other analytical technologies, including TD-NMR, benchtop EPR and TXRF.
Registration for the workshop is now closed. If you would like to find out more about Micro-XRF, contact us on 01223 422 269 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Micro-XRF generates a wealth of information, and is a perfect complement to other analytical techniques such as micro-CT imaging. Measure composition and element distribution in virtually any kind of inorganic, organic or even liquid sample.
- Material testing – including corrosion, catalysis, solar cells, coatings and failure analysis
- Layer system analysis
- Toxic element screening
- Archeometry and geology
- Life science / bioscience
- Quality control
If you have any questions, please get in touch on 01223 422 269 or email@example.com
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