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JEOL-8600 microprobe database (CU Boulder) | Print date: 09/22/2021 (02:33)

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Standard - Information

In use Dolomite (Dolomite) Block: #4
First entry: 04/21/2012 by Julien Allaz
Mineral class
Sub-class
carbonate
Anhydrous carbonate
Synthetic? no
Formula
Standard element(s)
CaMg(CO3)2
Ca Mg C
Source / reference USNM #10057
Origin, rock type... Oberdorf, Austria

Analysis 1
Method Wet chemistry
Analysis type average
Comment analysis See Jarosewich and MacIntyre (1983), Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 53 (2), 677-678.
Wt-% oxideWt-% elementAtom [p.f.u.]
22.040
30.560
46.930
MgO
CaO
CO2
13.291
21.841
12.808
51.590
Mg
Ca
C
O
1.018
1.014
1.984
6.000
99.53099.53010.016

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