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Practical guidelines and recent advances in the Itrax XRF core-scanning procedure

  • Bloemsma M
  • Croudace I
  • Daly J
  • et al.
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Abstract

XRF core scanning has evolved to become a standard analytical technique for the rapid assessment of elemental, density and textural variations in a wide range of sediments and other materials, with applications ranging from palaeoceanography, paleoclimatology, geology, and environmental forensics to environmental protection. In general, scanning provides rapid, non-destructive acquisition of elemental and textural variations at sub-millimetre resolution for a wide range of materials. Numerous procedural adaptations have been developed for the growing number of applications, such as analyses of unconsolidated, water-rich sediments, powdered soil samples, or resin bags. Here, practical expertise and guidance from the Itrax community, gained over 15 years, is presented that should provide insights for new and experienced users.

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Bloemsma, M., Croudace, I., Daly, J. S., Edwards, R. J., Francus, P., Galloway, J. M., … Turner, J. N. (2018). Practical guidelines and recent advances in the Itrax XRF core-scanning procedure. Quaternary International.

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