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Skład chemiczny i mineralny Szkła Pustyni Libijskiej: badania wstępne z wykorzystaniem mikroskopu skaningowego (SEM) oraz mikrosondy elektronowej (EMPA)

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Chemistry and mineral inclusions in the Libyan Desert Glass: preliminary SEM and EMPA investigation
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In this study, fragment of the Libyan Desert Glass was investigated by using scanning electron microscope (SEM) and electron microprobe (EMP). The analyses reveal two differ areas in chemistry. the first one is homogenous in composition, but the second one is slightly enriched in Ti, and Fe content. During SEM and EMP observation, a relict of primary minerals was noted as a cracked zircon crystals.
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6
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103-106
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  • Uniwersytet Śląski, Wydział Nauk o Ziemi
  • Uniwersytet Śląski, Wydział Nauk o Ziemi
References
  • Aboud T., 2009, Libyan Desert Glass: has the enigma of its origin been resolved?, Physics Procedia, 2, s. 1425–1432.
  • Deloule E., Chaussidon M., Glass B.P., Koeberl C., 2001, U–Pb isotopic study of relict zircon inclusions recovered from Muong Nong-type tektites, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 65, s. 1833–1838.
  • Koeberl C., 1986, Geochemistry of tektites and impact glasses, Annu. Rev. Earth. Planet. Sci., 14, s. 323–350.
  • O’Keefe J.A., 1966, The origin of tektites, Space Science Reviews, 6, s. 174–221.
  • Saul J.M, 2007, Czy Szkło Libijskie jest produktem zderzenia? Część I: Przeszłość, Meteoryt, 64, s. 24–26.
  • Saul J.M., 2008, Czy Szkło Libijskie jest produktem zderzenia? Część II: Opis i modele uformowania, Meteoryt, 65, s. 5–8.
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