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In Situ X-Ray Microscopy at High Temperature and Pressure

Abstract : Synchrotron hard X-ray microprobes have the capability to perform in situ measurements in high pressure and temperature devices, including the versatile Diamond Anvil Cell. This represents a challenging analytical task with important repercussions on our understanding of fundamental processes in many fields. To illustrate these points, after developing quantification aspects inherent to X-ray microfluorescence and inherited from fluid inclusions analysis, two selected applications in experimental petrology and microbiology are presented
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B. Ménez, H. Bureau, J. Cauzid, Valérie Malavergne, A. Somogyi, et al.. In Situ X-Ray Microscopy at High Temperature and Pressure. A. Méndez-Vilas, J. Díaz. Modern Research and Educational Topics in Microscopy, Formatex, pp.976 à 988, 2007. ⟨insu-00353670⟩



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