cathodoluminescence


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cathodoluminescence

(ˌkæθədəʊˌluːmɪˈnɛsəns)
n
(General Physics) physics luminescence caused by irradiation with electrons (cathode rays)
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In this study, a variety of 42 feldspar samples of known provenance were examined by cathodoluminescence (CL) in conjunction with ion beam induced luminescence (IBIL).
Cathodoluminescence images of recrystallized carbonates commonly are 'blotchy'.
Preliminary petrographic, cathodoluminescence, and reflected light studies on carbonate cements and associated gangue and ore m inerals have reviled a complex fluid chemistry associated with mineralization, characteristic of many Paleozoic Mississippi Valley-type deposits.
Prior to analysis the grains were photographed using both SEM cathodoluminescence and light microscopy.
Schieber's team examined micrometer-scale quartz grains using scanning cathodoluminescence, a type of electron microscopy good for detecting textural differences.
Cathodoluminescence uses a stream of electrons that are shot at the refractory buildup surface at a specific angle.
Contract notice: Provision of resolved cathodoluminescence equipment time.
Among the topics are conventional and advanced electron transmission microscopy, observing chemical reactions using transmission electron microscopy, in-situ transmission electron microscopy studies of oxidation, current-induced transport: electromigration, and cathodoluminescence in scanning and transmission electron microscopies.
Cathodoluminescence and photoluminescence; theories and practical applications.
This includes descriptions of its abundances, morphologies and chemistry and methods for its characterization by optical, etching, cathodoluminescence, and scanning electron microscope imaging techniques.
In addition to the textural modifications, strains resulting in lattice disorders also develop under the static applied load as shown by cathodoluminescence studies (1).