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Cristobalite inclusions in Libyan Desert Glass; confirmation using Raman spectroscopy


Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 31(Pages (abstr
Cristobalite inclusions in Libyan Desert Glass; confirmation using Raman spectroscopy
Using nondestructive Raman Spectroscopy, mineral spherules embedded in Libyan Desert Glasses are unambiguously identified as cristobalite.


Accession: 018458315



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