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Determination of Reaction Pathways and Mineralogy in Material Samples Using 3-D Neutron Tomography

DiStefano V, LaManna J, Hussey D, Baltic E & Jacobson D

DiStefano V, LaManna J, Hussey D, Baltic E & Jacobson D (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 588

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Victoria DiStefano View all 2 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020
Jacob LaManna
Daniel Hussey
Elias Baltic
David Jacobson

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Submitted by Fulvio Di Lorenzo on
Which is the resolution of the XRD characterization that can be achieved with the Bragg Edge Tomography? For example, can we distinguish between calcite and magnesite that have the same structure and similar lattice parameters?
Thanks for your question. In order to distinguish between two minerals with the same structure, the neutron cross section of the different atoms (in this case Ca and Mg) have to be significantly different. For calcite and magnetite, they should be different enough to resolve.

Submitted by Victoria DiStefano on
Unresolved question from Audience: What pressure can we achieve with our sample environments?
Up to 1500 psi at room temperature.

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