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Analysis of Redox Changes in Silicate Glasses Using EPMA and Raman Spectroscopy

  • Ery C Hughes (a1), Ben Buse (a1), Stuart L Kearns (a1), Danilo Di Genova (a1) and Jon D Blundy (a1)...
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[2] Hofer, HE Brey, GP American Mineralogist 92 2007) p. 873.
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[11] We thank RA Brooker, RE Botcharnikov and R Balzer for help with the experiments; RR Almeev, RE Botcharnikov and JM Riker for their samples; and G Kilgour and HM Mader for their supervision.
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