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X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Spectroscopy

Source: PANalytical BV
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X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy is ideal for analyzing the presence of substances governed by these restrictions. A versatile, non-destructive, reliable and easy-to-use technique, it can be used to identify and determine the concentrations of elements in a wide variety of materials, including plastics, polymers, powders, granules, liquids, metals, brass, solder and wire

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Brochure: RoHs, WEEE & ELV - Complying With The Directives

The European Union (EU) has introduced new directives on electrical and electronic equipment that restrict the acceptable levels of certain hazardous substances in a wide range of raw materials, finished products and packaging. The legislation also promotes recycling, and regulates the disposal of waste. Similar directives are being introduced in other parts of the world. Importantly, these measures impact all manufacturers who wish to sell within the regions covered, and place a clear obligation on companies to monitor and control the composition of their products.

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy is ideal for analyzing the presence of substances governed by these restrictions. A versatile, non-destructive, reliable and easy-to-use technique, it can be used to identify and determine the concentrations of elements in a wide variety of materials, including plastics, polymers, powders, granules, liquids, metals, brass, solder and wire.

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Brochure: RoHs, WEEE & ELV - Complying With The Directives