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 3Characterization 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