Helium-free light elements analysis is achieved in liquid！
Recent serious problem of a reduced supply of helium has led to an increased demand of alternative methods for X-ray fluorescence spectrometers which perform light-elements analysis in liquid with the use of helium.
The Low Vacuum Capsule enables samples to preserve its liquid state in a sample chamber under vacuum, thus allowing for helium-free light elements analysis in liquid.
Mineral measurement in food: Trace volumes of Mg can be detected and quantified.
Configuration of the Low Vacuum Capsule
The Low Vacuum Capsule enables analysis of a sample in liquid while suppressing sample vaporization and maintaining the pressure which does not cause a break of the sample analyzing film, by setting the pressure of the liquid sample cup to a low vacuum.
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* SX-03020VU (Vacuum Unit), SX-03030RP (Rotary Pump) required, and for quantitative analysis, SX-06030TFP (Thin Film FP Method Analysis Software ) required.
|Detectable elements:||Na to U|
|Controllable pressure:||20 kPa to 100 kPa|
|Liquid sample Capsule:||2 units|
|Single-sample Protection Cup:||1 unit|
|Multi-sample Protection Ring:||1 unit|
|Pressure control Cup:||1 unit|
Consumable parts for liquid analysis (provided separately)
|Micro sample Holder:||Parts No. 783142269|
|Prolene Film*:||Parts No. 423202511|
|Porousness Film:||Parts No. 780190696|
* Other films dedicated to X-ray analysis are possible