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EMU Notes in Mineralogy - volume 14

Minerals at the Nanoscale
(F. Nieto and K.J.T. Livi, editors)


ISBN: 978-0903056-34-2

xv + 440 pp. 

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Chapter 1. Inclusions and traces studied by TEM-AEM
by Cristiano Ferraris and Graeme Auchterlonie

Chapter 2. Energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis by TEM applied to extraterrestrial materials
by Hugues Leroux

Chapter 3. Characterization of dislocations and deformation processes by Transmission Electron Microscopy
by Patrick Cordier

Chapter 4. Structures and microstructures of non-classical pyriboles
by Krassimir N. Bozhilov

Chapter 5. Structure and microstructure of serpentine minerals
by Marcello Mellini

Chapter 6. Clays in low-temperature environments
by Blanca Bauluz

Chapter 7. The role of transmission electron microscopy in the study of micas and related minerals in selected metamorphic environments
by Kenneth J.T. Livi and Isabel Abad

Chapter 8. Non-stoichiometry, defects and superstructures in sulfide and oxide minerals
by Falko Langenhorst, Dennis Harries and Kilian Pollok

Chapter 9. Iron, manganese and aluminium oxides and oxyhydroxides
by Vidal Barrón and José Torrent

Chapter 10. Carbonates: An overview of recent TEM research
by Carlos Rodriguez-Navarro and Encarnación Ruiz-Agudo

Chapter 11. Biominerals at the nanoscale: transmission electron microscopy methods for studying the special properties of biominerals
by Mihaly Pósfai, Takeshi Kasama and Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski