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[*] posted on 13-11-2021 at 16:40
XRF library


X ray fluorescence is a wildly utilized technique that allows the identifications of elements presence or absence. It works best for alloys and some minerals and can be a great analytical companion when hand held devices allow for immediate qualification. This is especially relevant in the amateur world, as this analysis is NOT destructive and only takes a few seconds. These have ALL been calibrated and are ready for use.
I thought this library of my own collection would be of some usage for the amateur ...
starting with potassium see BELOW
I`ve only uploaded element up to Zirconium, but if there is enought interest I have them all the way to Uranium including all of the Lanthanides...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eEl21vZSlg



Potassium
19 Potassium.png - 190kB


calcium BELOW
20 Calcium.png - 191kB


Scandium BELOW
21 Scandium.png - 197kB


Titanium BELOW
22 Titanium.png - 191kB


Vanadium
23 Vanadium.png - 193kB


Chromium
24 Chromium.png - 193kB


Manganese
25 Manganese.png - 192kB



Iron
26 Iron.bmp - 5MB
why this shit happened I do not know....



Cobalt
27 Cobalt.bmp - 5MB


Nickel
28 Nickel.bmp.png - 187kB


Copper
29 Copper.bmp - 5MB


Zinc
30 Zinc.bmp - 5MB


Gallium
31 Gallium.bmp - 5MB


Germanium
32 Germainium.bmp.png - 195kB


Arsenic
33 Arsenic.bmp.png - 189kB


Selenium
34 Selenium.bmp.png - 189kB


Bromine
35 Bromine.bmp - 5MB


Rubidium
37 Rubidium.bmp - 5MB


Strontium
38 Strontium.bmp - 5MB


Yttrium
39 Yttrium.bmp - 5MB


Zirconium


40 Zirconium.bmp - 5MB
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[*] posted on 13-11-2021 at 16:48


Your posts are really wide.



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[*] posted on 13-11-2021 at 17:00


I seem to be unable to control how "wide" my posts are ... my apologies
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[*] posted on 13-11-2021 at 18:34


Niobium
41 Niobium.bmp - 5MB


Molybdenum
42 Molybdenum.bmp - 5MB


Ruthenium
44 Ruthenium.bmp - 5MB


Rhodium
45 Rhodium.bmp - 5MB


Palladium
46 Palladium.bmp - 5MB


Silver
47 Silver.bmp.png - 193kB


Cadmium
48 Cadmium.bmp - 5MB


Indium
49 Indium.bmp - 5MB


Tin
50 Tin.png - 198kB


Antimony
51 Antimony.bmp - 5MB


Tellurium
52 Tellurium.bmp - 5MB


Iodine
53 Iodine.bmp - 5MB


Cesium
55 Cesium.png - 195kB


Barium
56 Barium.bmp - 5MB


Lanthanum
57 Lanthanum.bmp.png - 196kB


Cerium
58 Cerium.png - 195kB


Praseodymium
59 Praseodymium.png - 193kB


Neodymium
60 Neodymium.png - 201kB


Samarium
62 Samarium.png - 192kB


Europium
63 Eeuropium.png - 193kB


Gadolinium
64 Gadolinium.png - 191kB


Terbium
65 Terbium.png - 195kB


Dysprosium
66 Dysprosium.png - 188kB


Holmium
67 Holmium.png - 194kB
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[*] posted on 13-11-2021 at 18:47


Erbium
68 Erbium.png - 195kB


Thulium
69 Thulium.png - 193kB


Ytterbium
70 Ytterbium.png - 191kB


Lutetium
71 Lutetium.png - 192kB


Hafnium
72 Hafnium.bmp - 5MB


Tantalum
73 Tantalum.png - 190kB


Tungsten
74 Tungsten.bmp - 5MB


Rhenium
75 Rhenium.png - 195kB


Osmium
76 Osmium.bmp.png - 194kB


Iridium
77 Iridium.bmp - 5MB


Platinum
78 Platinum.bmp - 5MB


Gold
79 Gold.bmp - 5MB


Mercury
80 Mercury.bmp.png - 165kB


Thallium
81 Thallium.png - 198kB


Lead
82 Lead.png - 194kB


Bismuth
83 Bismuth.png - 196kB


Thorium
90 Thorium.png - 196kB


Uranium
92 Uranium.png - 192kB


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[*] posted on 14-11-2021 at 03:32


Cool! Is there a way you can share the numerical data files (.csv or other format) instead of just screenshots?



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[*] posted on 14-11-2021 at 05:10


Not unless you have the same software . It sucks i know .. I can go back and add the energy value for all the peaks from the spectrum. The energy lines are already known and rasily accessible, this was just to show what the actual spectrum look like for each element ..
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