In this work we shall discuss the preliminary results of employing eleven different radionuclides for elemental X-ray analysis
using a new analytical technique. This new technique mixes the radioisotope directly with the sample and this source sample
is directly placed on the detector window which is protected by a thin plastic film from contamination. An equal atomic mixture
of eight elements (Ti, Mn, Zn, Br, Zr, Ag, Sn and Ag) was prepared and doped separately with the eleven different isotopes
(Pm-147, S-35, Ni-63, Na-22, Co-137, Co-57, Cd-109, I-125, Am-241, Zn-65 and Fe-55). The spectrum of each is shown herein
with a discussion of the background, signal to noise ratio, corrected peak intensities, etc. Finally, the possible future
applications of this technique with some of the isotopes are presented.