Quantitative Analysis of Elements in Small Quantity of Organic Matter by EDXRF - New Feature of Background FP Method
5 Mar 2014

This application note presents an example of quantitative analysis of a small amount of hijiki (a type of seaweed) using the background fundamental parameter Method (BG-FP) method.

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