Electron-optical methods in clay science
Adrian J. Brearley, Ian D. R. Mackinnon, Frederick Albert Mumpton
Clay Minerals Society, 1990 - Science - 159 pages
Transmission electron microscopy: scattering processes, conventional microscopy, and high-resolution imaging; Electron diffraction of clay minerals; Selected applications of nalytical electron microscopy in clay minerals; Selected applications of anlytical electron microscopy in clay mineralogy; Low-temperature analyses in the analytical electron microscope; Application of the electron microprobe and image nalysis in the study of clays; Transmission electron microscopy of phyllosilicate minerals from low-grade chlorotoid-bearing rocks, North Wales; Chemical composition and variation of authigenic illite, rotliegende sandstone (Permian), Southern North Sea.
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albite amplitude analysis Analytical Electron Microscopy angle backscattered electron beam damage Buseck chemical chlorite chloritoid Clay Minerals Society Clays & Clay cleavage cold stage composition contamination contrast count rate crystal crystallite D. C. Joy defects diameter diffracted beam effects elec electron beam electron diffraction electron micro electron microprobe Electron-Optical elements epoxy etching Ewald sphere factor Figure film glauconite grains high-resolution images HRTEM HRTEM images illite Inelastic scattering intensity Interlayer J. I. Goldstein kaolinite Kikuchi lines lamellae layer Mackinnon materials methods mica microanalysis micrograph microscope muscovite objective lens obtained octahedral optical oxides paragonite particles phase phengite phyllosilicates Plenum Press pores preparation pyrophyllite Q domains Quantitative quartz radiation damage regions rocks sample scanning scanning electron microscope silicate simulation smectite specimen spots standard structure techniques temperature thickness thin thin-film tion transmission electron microscopy tron unit cells United Kingdom values variation Veblen voltage X-ray