EDX as a fast and reliable method for routine elemental analysis

Elemental analysis is an essential part of materials science, chemistry, and other related fields. It involves determining the composition of a sample both qualitatively and quantitatively. Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy (EDX or EDXRF) is a powerful tool for performing elemental analysis. The technique is widely used due to its high sensitivity, speed, and non-destructive […]

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NMR technique for average molecular weight determination of polymers
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Precision synthesis of nanoparticles
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Absolute configuration of complex chiral molecules
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Neural networks in analytical chemistry
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