The X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRFS) is a fast, accurate and the most cost effective analytical technique for solid sample analysis, provided a properly set-up and calibrated spectrometer as well as the correct sample preparation procedure.
Matrix effects such as grain size effect, mineral and chemical effects and specimen surface conditions are the most common causes of inaccurate XRF analysis results. Correct sample preparation technique will drastically reduce matrix effects and minimize analytical errors.
This workshop will provide an overview of common sample preparation techniques – fusion, braquitting, surface conditioning and cryogenic milling, currently used in XRF analysis. Practical hands-on exercises supplement lectures.
WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FEES
By April 30 - $ 200.00 CAD
After April 30 - $ 300.00 CAD
The accommodation charge for this workshop is $160.00 CAD which includes one room for a Thursday night, 3 Meals (on Friday), parking, taxes and the use of gym facilities in the residence. Additional stay can be arranged at $85.00 CAD a night (for the room only).
All participants of the workshop must stay in the university residence Elgin Hall, an open-concept, suite-style student residence on campus.
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Complete the form and MAIL with the payments or FAX the form with the company purchase order to:
Dr. Charles Wu
XRF Course Coordinator
Department of Earth Sciences
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, Canada
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