Joseph J Pluth

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Cosmochim. Acta5/, 1573 (1987) 5. Cardoso, J. N., Chicarelli, M. I. : Adv. Org. Geochem. 1981, 828 (1983) 6. Albaiges, J., et al. : Org. Geochem. 6, 223 (1984) 7. Ramdahl, T., et al.: Environ. Sci. Technol. 16, 861 (1982) 8. Wils, E. R. J., et al.: Chemosphere 11, 1087 (1982) 9. Kawamura, K., Kaplan, I.: Environ. Sci. Technol. 17, 497 (1983) 10. Giger, W.,(More)
A crystal from the type locality Ajo, AZ, yielded just enough intensity from streaked diffractions using synchrotron x-rays at the Advanced Photon Source to solve the crystal structure with composition (K + Na)3Cu20Al3Si29O76(OH)16* approximately 8H2O; triclinic, P1, a = 13.634(5) A, b = 13.687(7), c = 14.522(7), alpha = 110.83(1) degrees, beta = 107.21(1),(More)
The crystal structure of raite was solved and refined from data collected at Beamline Insertion Device 13 at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, using a 3 x 3 x 65 microm single crystal. The refined lattice constants of the monoclinic unit cell are a = 15.1(1) A; b = 17.6(1) A; c = 5.290(4) A; beta = 100.5(2) degrees; space group C2/m. The(More)
Elemental chromium orders antiferromagnetically near room temperature, but the ordering temperature can be driven to zero by applying large pressures. We combine diamond anvil cell and synchrotron x-ray diffraction techniques to measure directly the spin and charge order in the pure metal at the approach to its quantum critical point. Both spin and charge(More)
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