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Detecting Low Level Gold by BRUKER pXRF

Historically, detecting low levels of gold in the field with pXRF has been a challenging process with no truly accessible methodologies available. Portable ppb Pty Ltd’s DetectORE™ technology brings compatibility for the detection of low-level gold by pXRF analysis.

DetectORE™  is a patented technology to detect gold at low level concertation’s (<20 ppb) using a portable XRF such as the Bruker S1 TITAN, or CounterTop XRF (CTX). It provides an opportunity for the reactive sampling of gold. A DetectORE™ calibration mode is compatible on Bruker’s suite of pXRF instruments.

Portable PPB detector process to detect gold with pXRF

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