Analytical Techniques Development And Application

The thematic strand, Analytical techniques development and applications, is devoted to the implementation and development of new X ray spectrometry sources, and combining them with imaging techniques and molecular techniques bridging physics and chemistry to Biomedical Sciences, Art and Cultural Heritage research and toxicology fields in human being, in food and in forensic sciences.

The main challenges of this thematic strand are the advances in X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometry, with new sources and new applications and strengthen this elemental technique with molecular techniques for structural characterization.

The development of a compact portable spectrometer with doubly curved crystals (DCC), allowing monochromatic radiation permits the study in situ and in vivo of toxic elements like Pb, As, Cd and Hg.

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