Quantitative Analysis of Waste Oil by EDX-7000
5 Mar 2014

In recent years, elemental analysis by EDX has been increasing due to the heightened concern for the environment. Even waste oil can quickly and easily be analyzed by EDX by merely pouring it as is into a container. This application note evaluates the repeatability and limit of detection in analysis using new, unused commercially available general oil that is similar waste oil using the EDX-7000.

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