Automatic Matrix Correction for C/H Ratio in Sulfur Analysis Using ASTM D4294 and ISO 8754
Methods such as ASTM D4294 and ISO 8754 expose unknown samples to X-rays that create fluorescence characteristic of the sulfur contained in the sample. A detector measures the intensity of this characteristic florescence, which is then compared to a calibration curve created by measuring a set of samples with certified concentrations of sulfur. However, these methods state that if the ratio of carbon to hydrogen (C/H) of the unknown sample is significantly different from the material that was used to calibrate, then significant bias in the result may be seen.
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