Advanced clinical analysis is more and more related to the development of new forms of analysis for different medical and forensic objectives.
In the Forensic domain, the adoption of analytical instrumentation to reveal the smallest traces of evidence plays a key role in today's forensic laboratories. Full chain of custody and data control is also desired across all stages of the process.
TXRF is an unsurpassed tool granting not destructive tests using a very limited quantity of sample, granting the lowest DL limit and high flexibility, enabling accurate analysis from unique sample.
X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) are becoming increasingly important techniques for non-destructive routine analyses. Both techniques provide clear phase and elemental data to the forensic scientist, which is vital in criminal investigations.