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Elemental Composition of Analogs to Mars Return Samples Studied with X-Ray Fluorescence Imaging at NSLS-II

  • Juergen Thieme (a1), Joel Hurowitz (a2), Martin Schoonen (a1) (a2), K. A. Farley (a3), S. Sherman (a3) and John Hill (a1)...
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[1] McLennan, S.M., et al. Final report of the MSR E2E-iSAG. MEPAG 2011) p 101.
[2] McCubbin, F.M., et al., PNAS 2010 107, 1122311228.
[3] COSPAR (2002) The Quarantine and Certification of Martian Samples. The National Academies Press.
[4] Smith, C., et al.. (2016) iMARS Phase II: Findings and Recommendations, MEPAG Annual Meeting, Silver Spring, MD.
[5] Chen-Wiegart, Y.K., et al., Early science commissioning results of the sub-micron resolution X-ray spectroscopy beamline (SRX) in the field of materials science and engineering 2016 http://doi.org/10.1063/L4961138.
[6] Acknowledgements: This work was funded by an SBU-BNL seed grant to J. Hurowitz and J. Thieme and DOE, Office of Science, Basic Energy Science under contract DE-SC0012704.
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
  • ISSN: 1431-9276
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