Webinar: Why handheld LIBS is a popular QA/QC method for real-time elemental analysis

While Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) technology has been available for some time it has now been packaged in a highly-portable instrument.  Handheld LIBS is an advanced technology that can be used to achieve a high level of performance in analysis by providing accurate, on-the spot materials composition which addresses today’s highly-regulated quality assurance and Positive Materials Identification (PMI) requirements, and it can be used almost anywhere.

Highlights

  • Handheld LIBS how does it work?
  • Sample Requirements
  • Introducing Handheld
  • LIBS performance
  • LIBS for Positive Materials Identification (PMI) applications
  • LIBS vs. XRF and OES

 

Speaker: Marianne Walters, Customer Support Engineer, Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science.

Discover why LIBS can provide great advantages for your quality program.

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Date: 14 December 2017

Author: Marianne Walters, Customer Support Engineer

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