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Cristobalite inclusions in Libyan Desert Glass; confirmation using Raman spectroscopy


, : Cristobalite inclusions in Libyan Desert Glass; confirmation using Raman spectroscopy. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 31(Pages (abstr

Using nondestructive Raman Spectroscopy, mineral spherules embedded in Libyan Desert Glasses are unambiguously identified as cristobalite.

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