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Subject: Re: X-ray diffraction of clay saturated with organic cations

Date: 12/15/02 at 1:46 AM
Posted by: Scott Cargill
E-mail: cargill@pacbell.net
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In Reply to: X-ray diffraction of clay saturated with organic cations posted by Peter on 12/13/02 at 10:08 AM:

I would have to say no.

XRF units usually use something like fe52 and ca something or other as their exciters, and both in the micro curie range.... even upwards of 1 mev I'd have a hard time believeing that there would be a hazard.

I typically use an arc / spark spectrometer so I'm not 100% on the xrf's but I know, have seen, and used xrf's on piping that held some pretty nasty stuff.


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