WAVELENGTH DISPERSIVE X-RAY
For rapid, quantitative chemical analysis of small particles, vns威尼斯人手机登录 offers WDS analysis. Wavelength Dispersive X-Ray Analysis (WDS) is a quantitative x-ray technique used to quickly and simply identify the elemental composition of materials. Applications include particle alloy identification, food product contaminant identification, and metal inclusion analysis. WDS can also be used to determine homogeneity and elemental gradients at boundaries. vns威尼斯人手机登录 provides rapid alloy identification to airlines and other industries for urgent results.
WDS is a surface analysis technique that uses an x-ray beam to produce photoelectrons on the surface of a prepared sample. WDS systems are attachments to the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) where the imaging capability of the microscope identifies the specimen of interest. The beam generally penetrates the outer 50 Angstroms of the sample. The photoelectrons are separated and interpreted using diffracting crystals. Quantitative chemical analysis using WDS is achieved by collecting on NIST traceable standards prior to analyzing an unknown composition.
Rapid identification of metal alloys with small sample size
Quantitative elemental composition
Identification of alloy inclusions and phases
Low voltage microanalysis below 5 keV
Magnification – from 5x to 300,000x
Solid inorganic materials
Sensitive for trace elements
ASTM E1621 - Elemental analysis by WDS
Pinhead of material or particle