The Technique of Mounting Foraminifera
The foraminifera are amoeboid protists. They are the most
common marine planktonic and benthic species. The majority of the shells of
foraminifera (from Latin foramen, an aperture) have a number of tiny openings
throughout their entire surface,..."
Micro Powder X-ray Diffraction in the Laboratory
Joseph R. Swider, Ph.D., McCrone Associates, Inc. Westmont, IL
X-ray diffraction (XRD) has been the indispensable tool for
identifying crystal phases.† The most common use of the X-ray diffraction
phenomenon is in powder diffraction instruments where several randomly oriented
crystals in a small amount..."
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