the NEX CG was engineered with a unique close-coupled Cartesian Geometry (CG) optical kernel that dramatically increases signal-to-noise

NEX CG

Rigaku NEX CG delivers rapid qualitative and quantitative determination of major and minor atomic elements in a wide variety of sample types — with minimal standards.

Cartesian geometry for trace level sensitivity

Unlike conventional EDXRF analyzers, the NEX CG was engineered with a unique close-coupled Cartesian Geometry (CG) optical kernel that dramatically increases signal-to-noise. By using monochromatic secondary target excitation, instead of convention direct excitation, sensitivity is further improved. The resulting dramatic reduction in background noise, and simultaneous increase in element peaks, result in a spectrometer capable of routine trace element analysis even in difficult sample types.

 

Novel software reduces the need for standards

 

NEX CG is powered by a new qualitative and quantitative analytical software, RPF-SQX, that features Rigaku Profile Fitting (RPF) technology. The software allows semi-quantitative analysis of almost all sample types without standards — and rigorous quantitative analysis with standards.

 

Features

  •         Analyze ₁₁Na to ₉₂U non-destructively
  •         Solids, liquids, powders and thin films
  •         Polarized excitation for lower detection limits
  •         Novel treatment of peak overlap reduces errors
  •         PPB detection limits for aqueous samples using UltraCarry
  •         Simplified user interface with EZ Analysis

 

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