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.

Please register to watch
Register details

 

Find out about our LIBS analyser


Share this blog

Date: 14 December 2017

Author: Marianne Walters, Customer Support Engineer

Share this blog

Blogs


Cost comparison: OE750 vs combustion analysis for titanium alloys

Read More

Technological innovations shaping materials analysis in the automotive industry

Read More

Using DSC to test the reliability of components made from polypropylene

Read More