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IDENTIFYING ROCKS and MINERALS in the Lab

IDENTIFYING ROCKS and MINERALS in the Lab

IDENTIFYING ROCKS and MINERALS in the Lab. Identifying minerals in rocks. Three different techniques used Hand samples - Small Pieces of rock Naked eye Hand lens Microscopy – T hin Sections Chemical Analysis – thin sections or grains Electron Microscopy Electron Microprobe analysis.

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OPTICAL MINERALOGY

OPTICAL MINERALOGY

OPTICAL MINERALOGY. Dr. AZZA RAGAB. The electromagnetic spectrum ( Light) -It is a form of energy, which can be transmitted from one place to another at a finite velocity. -Visible light is a small portion of a continuous spectrum of radiation ranging from Gamma rays to radio waves.

By shaina
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم ”ألم تر أنّ الله أنزل من السماء ماءً فأخرجنا به ثمرات مختلفاً ألوانها ومن الجبال جُدَدٌ بيض وحُمْرٌ مختلفٌ ألوانها وغرابيب سود“ صدق الله العظيم (سورة فاطر - أية رقم 27). Optical mineralogy. Is the science which show the behavior of the mineral react with light

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Isotropic  vs  Anisotropic

Isotropic vs Anisotropic

Isotropic vs Anisotropic. Many optical methods to distinguish isotropic and anisotropic minerals Distinction of two types important Know if isometric system or not If anisotropic, we’ll see there are ways to identify individual systems. Primary method is observations of extinction.

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Isotropic RFI detection

Isotropic RFI detection

Isotropic RFI detection. Jean-Luc Vergely (ACRI-ST) Claire Henocq (ACRI-ST) Philippe Waldteufel (LATMOS). Introduction. Principal aims of this study : Looking for strong isotropic source -> RFI St1, A3 and A4 analysis. Data set. Data set to be used 2010 and 2011 reprocessed data.

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Electrostriction of isotropic dielectrics

Electrostriction of isotropic dielectrics

Electrostriction of isotropic dielectrics. LL8 Section 12. An Introduction to Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions  By Margaret Robson Wright, 2007. “Electrostriction in Aqueous Solutions of Electrolytes” J. E. Desnoyers , R. E. Verrall and B. E. Conway, J. Chem. Phys. 43, 243 (1965).

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Anisotropic and isotropic electroconvection

Anisotropic and isotropic electroconvection

Anisotropic and isotropic electroconvection. Collaborators: L.Kramer, W.Pesch (Univ. Bayreuth/Germany and N.Eber (Inst. Solid State Phys./Hungary). H. I. (anis.). II. (interm.). III. (isotr.). OR (low f). y. x. NR (high f). +. +. planar. homeotropic.

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Bilinear Isotropic Hardening Behavior

Bilinear Isotropic Hardening Behavior

Bilinear Isotropic Hardening Behavior. MAE 5700 Final Project Raghavendar Ranganathan Bradly Verdant Ranny Zhao. Problem Statement Illustration of bilinear isotropic hardening plasticity with an example of an interference fit between a shaft and a bushing assembly Plasticity Model

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Anisotropic and isotropic electroconvection

Anisotropic and isotropic electroconvection

Anisotropic and isotropic electroconvection. Collaborators: L.Kramer, W.Pesch (Univ. Bayreuth/Germany and N.Eber (Inst. Solid State Phys./Hungary). H. I. (anis.). II. (interm.). III. (isotr.). OR (low f). y. x. NR (high f). +. +. planar. homeotropic.

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Parametric Solitons in isotropic media

Parametric Solitons in isotropic media

Fifth Conference AMITaNS June 24 - 29, 2013, Albena, Bulgaria . Parametric Solitons in isotropic media. D. A. Georgieva, L. M. Kovachev.

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Design: isotropic vs. orthotropic lamina

Design: isotropic vs. orthotropic lamina

Design: isotropic vs. orthotropic lamina. In-class exercise CTE problems Material replacement example. Coefficient of thermal expansion. This is an important design element, particularly for material replacement opportunities

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Isotropic: same in all directions

Isotropic: same in all directions

Isotropic: same in all directions. Neurofilaments Cross-linked In frog axon. Linker proteins for actin. Particle Tracking in fibroblasts Lecture 5. Tracking particles: Regional stiffness.

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