XRFX-Ray Fluorescence
XRFExtended Recovery Facility
XRFExternal Reference
XRFCross Reference File
XRFCross Reference
XRFX-Ray Flash
XRFExtended Recovery Facility (IBM)
XRFExtended Reliability Feature
XRFXenogeneic Reconstitution Factor (microbiology)
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[ClickPress, Mon Aug 12 2019] XRF analyzers are being increasingly used across multiple end use industries such as oil and gas, metal and mining, pharmaceutical, and environmental research among others.
The principal results of the XRF test are summarized below
XRF sorting is a technology currently used at more than 50 operations across the world including Hecla's San Sebastian mine in Mexico and AngloAmerican's Mogalakwena mine in South Africa.
The "Global X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Market Analysis 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
[USPRwire, Tue Jun 11 2019] MRRSE recent market study titled " XRF Analyzer Market : Global Industry Analysis 2013-2018 and Opportunity Assessment 2019-2027 " comprises a comprehensive assessment of the key market dynamics.
The XRF analyzer, on the other hand, will be used for metal identification.
Qin joined XRF as Chief Technology Officer to oversee IT systems and to lead all aspects of XRF's technological development.
XRF is the industry standard for thickness measurement.
Throughout the supply chain, XRF enables users to know material type and thickness in real time, helping provide quality control both on the production line and long after.
We performed an XRF investigation of bricks and stones from the facade of the abbey.
Watson XRF products are powered by an innovative new X-ray technology that maximizes the performance and minimises the cost of generating X-rays by using the so-called Triboelectric Effect, a process similar to static electricity, to eliminate the industry's typical requirements for expensive, high voltage devices.
XRF offers several significant advantages over ICP as an analytical technique to evaluate levels of elemental impurities.