Redox and speciation micromapping using dispersive X-ray absorption spectroscopy: Application to iron in chlorite mineral of a metamorphic rock thin section: REDOX AND SPECIATION MICROMAPPING

@inproceedings{Muoz2006RedoxAS,
  title={Redox and speciation micromapping using dispersive X-ray absorption spectroscopy: Application to iron in chlorite mineral of a metamorphic rock thin section: REDOX AND SPECIATION MICROMAPPING},
  author={Manuel Mu{\~n}oz and Vincent De Andrade and Olivier Vidal and E Lewin and Sakura Pascarelli and Jean Susini},
  year={2006}
}
[1] The first dispersive μ-XANES mapping is presented here. The experiments have been conducted at the iron K-edge, on the “Dispersive-EXAFS” beamline of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (France). The mapping has been performed on a polished thin section of 30 μm of a natural metamorphic rock including different types of minerals. Because of the high X-ray absorption due to the thickness of the glass sample holder (∼1 mm), the data have been collected in the fluorescence mode using… CONTINUE READING

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