This introductory lecture will cover the basic theory of how fluorescence and an XRF machine work, followed by more practical advice on sample preparation and data analysis. Our aim is to give you the basic understanding of how to optimize your XRF experiment, know its limitations and to cut out errors that lead to inaccurate and imprecise results.
This talk will be given by Dr. Samuel A. Morris, who specializes in structural and elemental X-ray techniques at FACTS while researching novel applications and structures of porous and layered materials.
Dr Samuel Morris
FACTS, NTU Singapore
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