For this analysis, one of the reference materials used for the calibration was measured consecutively 10 times to demonstrate the performance and short-term stability of the instrument. On the ZSX Primus III+, a sample is evacuated in the pre-evacuation chamber and then transported into the measurement position. During the measurement cycle of one sample, the next sample to be analyzed can be loaded into the pre-evacuation chamber, which reduces the analysis time and prevents contamination of the optical main chamber.
The results show that cement raw meal samples can be routinely analyzed with simple sample preparation and high accuracy and precision on the ZSX Primus III+ by the pressed powder method.
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