The Application of X-ray Fluorescence to the Analysis of Highly Alloyed Aluminum Samples
This paper describes a rapid and accurate method for the determination of manganese, copper, iron, nickel, zinc, titanium, and chromium in aluminum alloys by using an X-ray fluorescence technique. The sensitivity of the method allows for the determination of as little as 0.01% of these elements, with the practical concentration ranges being of the order of 0.1 to 3.0%.
KeywordsIron Silicide Zinc Manganese Magnesium Silicide Manganese Nickel Bulk Unit
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