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Magnification of microscopic minerals and glass



Magnification of microscopic minerals and glass



Lite Geology - New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources 22(Pages 8-10



Volcanic ash from Mount Erebus, Antarctica, is examined using secondary electron imaging from an electron microprobe. Mount Erebus is a volcano that erupts several times a day. The ash shards shown here, about the size of a fine grain of sand, show a fibrous and spiky appearance that is typical of volcanic ash. Fly ash samples from Springerville, Apache County, Arizona is also examined for comparison. (MTE).

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