First Total Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Round-robin Test Of Water Samples: Preliminary Results
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otal Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) is a mature technique to evaluate quantitatively the elemental composition of liquid samples deposited on clean and well polished reflectors. In this paper the results of the first worldwide TXRF round-robin test of water samples, involving 18 laboratories in 10 countries are presented and discussed. The test was performed within the framework of the VAMAS project, interlaboratory comparison of TXRF spectroscopy for environmental analysis, whose aim is to develop guidelines and a standard methodology for biological and environmental analysis by means of the TXRF analytical technique.
CitationBorgese, L., Bilo, F., Tsuji, K., Fernández-Ruiz, R., Margui, E., Streli, C., ... & Depero, L. E. (2014). First Total reflection X-Ray Fluorescence round-robin test of water samples: Preliminary results. Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy. Volume 101, PP. 6–14
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