This search has found 4 analyses
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FeO: total iron is represented as FeO|
*original totals for normalised data (where applicable)
These analyses were carried out under the following electron microprobe conditions.
|Analysis Conditions (EP):||22|
|Instrument:||JEOL 8800 Electron Microprobe (University of Oxford)|
|Beam Current:||10 nA|
|Acc. Volt:||15 kV|
|Sample:||Mounted in epoxy resin and ground and polished|
|Comments:||Jeol 8800 uses 4 WDS spectrometers and employs a 15 keV accelerating voltage, 10 nA current and 10 mm defocused beam, and a ZAF correction. Count times were 10 s for Na and 20 s for other elements.|
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4684: Kelly, T.J., Hardiman, M., Lovelady, M., Lowe, J.J., Matthews, I.P. and Blockley, S.P.E. (2017) Scottish early Holocene vegetation dynamics based on pollen and tephra records from Inverlair and Loch Etteridge, Inverness-shire. Proceedings of the Geologists Association 128, 125-135.
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