X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRF) is the preferred method for both air and soil analysis. For air monitoring, XRF’s combination of superior sensitivity and non-destructive analysis is ideally suited for the measuring of specific elements in ambient particulate matter. Meanwhile, in soil analysis, XRF’s ability to identify a wide range of elements at dynamic concentrations makes it suited for the analysis of geological samples.
Download this infographic to learn more about:
- How to enhance XRF capabilities
- The common elements analyzed by XRF
- Why it is important to track these elements