The formation mechanism of praseodymium-doped zircon stain was studied, using environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM) primarily. The significance of ESEM as a processing tool for studying chemical and morphological dynamic changes was evaluated, with respect to the traditional investigation methods. In particular ESEM observation permits to define the role of the mineralizers and indicates a two-step mechanism.

ESEM investigation of the reaction mechanism in Pr-doped zircon / F., Bondioli; Ferrari, Anna Maria; Manfredini, Tiziano. - STAMPA. - 206-2:(2002), pp. 731-734. ((Intervento presentato al convegno N/A tenutosi a N/A nel N/A.

ESEM investigation of the reaction mechanism in Pr-doped zircon

FERRARI, Anna Maria;MANFREDINI, Tiziano
2002

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The formation mechanism of praseodymium-doped zircon stain was studied, using environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM) primarily. The significance of ESEM as a processing tool for studying chemical and morphological dynamic changes was evaluated, with respect to the traditional investigation methods. In particular ESEM observation permits to define the role of the mineralizers and indicates a two-step mechanism.
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ESEM investigation of the reaction mechanism in Pr-doped zircon / F., Bondioli; Ferrari, Anna Maria; Manfredini, Tiziano. - STAMPA. - 206-2:(2002), pp. 731-734. ((Intervento presentato al convegno N/A tenutosi a N/A nel N/A.
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