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Testing stones with an XRF Spectrometer


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I'm not promoting Bruker, having no experience with their products, but this links to a page that might give members some insight to the workings of an XRF. I've had several suspects scanned by one at a precious metal buyer's business in San Diego and it's completely noninvasive. The going rate for the service here in Tucson seems to be $25 per stone so it's a judgement call whether you are that certain it might be a meteorite. https://www.bruker.com/products/x-ray-diffraction-and-elemental-analysis/handheld-xrf/meteorite-analyzer.html

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