Practical X-ray Fluorescence - 24 – 28 April 2017
Learn through concise lectures and workshops on methods to improve your analysis, specimen preparation techniques, types and sources of error, components of the diffraction pattern, and qualitative phase identification.
As part of our mission to support the dissemination of knowledge of X-ray diffraction throughout the scientific community, ICDD sponsors several clinics in X-ray powder diffractometry and X-ray fluorescence spectrometry. Operated by ICDD since 1990, the clinics offer training in both theoretical and practical applications.
Clinics will be held at:
12 Campus Boulevard
Newtown Square, PA, U.S.A.
ICDD reserves the right to use any and all photographs taken throughout the course to promote the clinics and/or workshops without additional approval from you, the participant.
Fee and Registration:
Registration fees for training courses include lecture, workshop and lab materials as well as catered lunches on all full days. Registrations will be accepted up until two weeks before the start of the course. After that, please call for availability. Payment must be received prior to the course to attend.
Transfer, Cancellation and Refund Policy:
ICDD must guarantee payment for meals and materials in advance. You will receive a 50% refund of the paid registration fee if your written cancellation is received at ICDD 20 business days prior to the start of the class. With less notice, a colleague may take your place, or the course materials will be mailed to you, but no refund will be given. Please note: A minimum of 10 registrants per course is required, otherwise the course will be cancelled and your registration fee will be refunded. You will be notified of a course cancellation no later than two weeks prior to the start of the course.
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