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Quantitative Analysis of Blast Furnace Slag by Fusion Method on the ZSX Primus III NEXT

AppNote XRF1124: Quantitative Analysis of Blast Furnace Slag by Fusion Method on the ZSX Primus III NEXT

Background

Blast furnace slag is formed when iron ore or iron pellet, coke and flux are melted in a blast furnace of the iron foundry. The rapid chemical analysis of a blast furnace slag is an important task to control the blast furnace. X-ray fluorescence spectrometers are the most common analysis tools to analyze powder samples in iron and steel making process. This application note describes blast furnace slag analysis using ZSX Primus III NEXT.

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