TC Measurement and Elemental Composition Analysis of Fly Ash - Quantitation by TOC and XRF -

The fly ash and incineration ash generated by incineration plants and thermal power plants contain metal oxides such as silica, alumina, calcium oxide and iron as main components, as well as a few percent of incompletely combusted carbon. Elemental and composition analysis of principal components and trace heavy metals is typically conducted by ICP, atomic absorption and X-ray fluorescence, and carbon content is measured using a total organic carbon analyzer (TOC). Here, we introduce examples of fly ash analysis using the TC measurement values as standard values in conjunction with the calibration curve method associated with X-ray fluorescence.

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Total Organic Carbon Analysis, Elemental Analysis, TOC Analysis, Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy
TOC, Solid sample, Carbon concentration, XRF, Fly ash, Incineration ash, Soil, Compost, Slag, FP method, Calibration curve, Quantitative analysis, Loss on ignition, Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (Petrochemical, Chemical), Environment, Atmosphere, Soil, Fertilizer, Waste Material Test, Petroleum refinery, PCB, Dioxins, Asbestos (Specified Hazardous substances) Test, TOC-LCSH, XRF-1800, MP-35
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