Electron-optical methods in clay science

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Adrian J. Brearley, Ian D. R. Mackinnon, Frederick Albert Mumpton
Clay Minerals Society, 1990 - Science - 159 pages
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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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