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Mass-Thickness Measurements in the TEM via EDS: A New Approach to Quantitative Chemical Analysis of Planetary Materials?

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[2] Lauretta, DS, et al, Space Sci Rev 2017) p. 925.
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[8] We gratefully acknowledge NASA (grants #NNX12AL47G and #NNX15AJ22G) and NSF (grants #1531243 and #0619599) for funding of instrumentation in the Kuiper Materials Imaging and Characterization Facility at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona. Research supported by NASA grant #NNX15AJ22G.

Mass-Thickness Measurements in the TEM via EDS: A New Approach to Quantitative Chemical Analysis of Planetary Materials?

  • Thomas J. Zega (a1) (a2), Jane Y. Howe (a3), James Sagar (a4), Philippe Pinard (a4) and Rachel Koch (a3)...

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