HIGH-RESOLUTION STUDIES OF DEFECTS IN NATURAL DOLOMITES.

L. A. Freeman, D. J. Barber, M. A. O'Keefe, David Smith

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Abstract

Modulation microstructure and other defects in various sedimentary, low-temperature dolomites have been investigated using lattice imaging techniques at 500kV. In general, lattice planes are observed to be continuous across the modulations but show local bending or changes of interplanar spacing, suggestive of compositional variations. Evidence for widespread disorder or ApBs is uncommon. Multi-slice image calculations indicate that lattice images only provide information about cation positions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationLawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Report) LBL
EditorsR.M. Fisher, R. Gronsky, K.H. Westmacott
Pages377-380
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 1983
Externally publishedYes

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    Freeman, L. A., Barber, D. J., O'Keefe, M. A., & Smith, D. (1983). HIGH-RESOLUTION STUDIES OF DEFECTS IN NATURAL DOLOMITES. In R. M. Fisher, R. Gronsky, & K. H. Westmacott (Eds.), Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Report) LBL (pp. 377-380)