The results confirm that ferrosilicon with wide ranges of composition can be accurately analyzed by the fusion method using the newly developed fusion bead correction function, and that highly accurate analysis of the elements in ferrosilicon can be rapidly performed using the ZSX Primus III+ spectrometer. It is also possible to analyze other ferroalloys, steels and powders, such as slag, with excellent precision.
A copy of this application report may be requested on Rigaku’s official website at http://www.rigaku.com/products/xrf/primus3/app5026.
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