publication . Article . 2001

Field portable XRF analysis of environmental samples

Kalnicky, Dennis J.; Singhvi, Raj;
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  • Published: 01 May 2001
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
One of the critical factors for successfully conducting contamination characterization, removal, and remedial operations at hazardous waste sites is rapid and appropriate response to analyze samples in a timely fashion. Turnaround time associated with off-site analysis is often too slow to support efficient utilization of the data. Field portable X-ray fluorescence (FPXRF) techniques provide viable and effective analytical approaches to meet on-site analysis needs for many types of environmental samples. Applications include the in situ analysis of metals in soils and sediments, thin films/particulates, and lead in paint.
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free text keywords: Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis, Pollution, Waste Management and Disposal, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Engineering, Portable X-ray, Assurance qualite, Hazardous waste sites, Engineering, business.industry, business, Critical factors, Turnaround time, Contamination, In situ analysis, Waste management, Soil contamination, Mineralogy
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