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Mineralogical applications of the analytical SEM in archaeology
The modern analytical SEM, which can provide high-quality imaging facilities together with quantitative elemental analysis using an energy-dispersive spectrometer, is finding wide application in the investigation of archaeological problems. Many of these investigations involve the study of silicate and carbonate-based artefacts which may be relatively unmodified from their original geological parent raw materials so that mineralogically based interpretations are often appropriate. In this paperdoi:10.1180/minmag.1987.051.359.03 fatcat:lnkgpu5tzvepvlex4rnpubi4ty