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Preface to Second Edition
Department of Mineralogy and Petrology University of Cambridge England
Determination of the Optical Properties
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absorption accuracy addition analysis angle application atomic axis background beam calculated cell coefficient colours composition concentration correction crystal curve density depends described detection detector determined diffraction directions effects electron elements energy equation error example extinction factor field fluorescence give given glass grains hardness important increase indices infrared intensity interference known lattice light limited liquid material means measured method microscope minerals mounted nature necessary normal objective observed obtained occur optic orientation parallel particles particular peak plane polarization polished position possible powder present produced proportional quantitative radiation range recorded reference reflections refractive index relative resolution rocks rotation sample selected sensitivity separation shown shows silicate specimen spectra spectrum stage standard structure suitable surface Table technique temperature thickness thin tion trace tube usually values variations vibration wavelength X-ray