Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF)

Energy Dispersive  X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF)

Horiba XGT-5200 X-ray Analytical Microscope

X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) is one of the standard analytical technique that utilize the interaction of x-rays with a material to determine the sample’s elemental composition. This type of non-destructive technique is suitable for solid, liquid and powder samples from a variety of applications such as mineral, geology, chemical industry, electronics, archeology, metallurgy, etc.

This user-friendly desktop energy dispersive (ED-XRF) unit can serve a wide spectrum of user from novice user with minimal experience to high-end researcher. It’s microscopic analysis and elemental mapping features are very useful.

 X-ray source

  • Rh X-ray tube
  • 50 kV/ 1 mA
  • Mono-capillary guide tubes

 Fluorescence Detector

  • Peltier cooled Silicon Drift Detector (SDD)
  • Energy 0-40 keV
  • Elements detected 11Na to 92U

Sample Area

  • Up to 10 cm x 10 cm
  • Spatial resolution down to 10 micrometer


  • Optical image
  • Elemental mapping
  • X-ray transmission image


  • Vacuum pump

Contact :  Komsan Taisrap (คมสัน  ต่ายทรัพย์), e-mail, 044-22xxxx

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