CRM Solutions

New Product Announcement: New CRM's for Low Alloy and Maraging Steel

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 1, 2018 6:00:00 AM / by Dave Coler posted in Certified Reference Materials, low alloy steel, Steel CRMs

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 ARMI is pleased to announce the release of 7 new products that cover 5 steel alloy grades.   

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Improve your ICP-OES Performance by using an Internal Standard

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 2, 2017 12:40:33 PM / by Susan J. Evans Norris posted in Certified Reference Materials, metal alloys, ICP

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The use of an Internal Standard (IS) can significantly improve both the accuracy and precision of your ICP-OES analytical results. This post addresses:  how internal standards work, how to select an appropriate IS element, and how this methodology can be easily incorporated into your lab’s analytical procedures.

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Top 5 XRF Reference Textbooks

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 27, 2017 10:29:46 AM / by Dave Coler posted in XRF, Sample Preparation, Certified Reference Materials

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XRF or X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometry is an elegant chemical analysis technique used frequently in many industries for quality control of materials and R&D.  Despite its widespread use in industry, it is an analytical technique rarely encountered by students in colleges and universities, especially in the United States.   The rare exceptions to this are the geology departments in a few institutions where the technique is still used for geochemical studies. 

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Top 5 XRF Reference Textbooks

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 23, 2017 3:47:22 PM / by Dave Coler posted in XRF, Sample Preparation, Certified Reference Materials

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XRF or X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometry is an elegant chemical analysis technique used frequently in many industries for quality control of materials and R&D.  Despite its widespread use in industry, it is an analytical technique rarely encountered by students in colleges and universities, especially in the United States.   The rare exceptions to this are the geology departments in a few institutions where the technique is still used for geochemical studies. 

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