Hall, C and Barnes, P and Cockcroft, JK and Jacques, SDM and Jupe, AC and Turrillas, X and Hanfland, M and Hausermann, D (1996) Rapid whole-rock mineral analysis and composition mapping by synchrotron X-ray diffraction. ANAL COMMUN , 33 (7) 245 - 248.
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We show that 25-140 keV X-rays from high-brilliance synchrotron sources can penetrate through 25 mm of intact rock. Powder diffraction patterns are obtained rapidly by energy-dispersive detection. Data acquisition time is reduced by a large factor (say 10(2)-10(3)) compared with standard laboratory powder diffraction methods. Data are presented on sedimentary rock cores and mineral standards. Full-pattern fitting is used for quantitative modal analysis of the composition. Using acquisition times of only 20 s for each pattern, we show the feasibility of line traverse (conveyor-belt) X-ray diffraction analysis and compositional tomography with sub-millimeter resolution.
|Title:||Rapid whole-rock mineral analysis and composition mapping by synchrotron X-ray diffraction|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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