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Probe for EPMA Citations
« on: September 08, 2015, 12:03:43 pm »
If one uses Google Scholar to search for "Probe for Windows" and "Probe for EPMA" (the name we changed the software to in 2013 or so) you'll get 188 articles for the former and 98 articles for the latter.



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Please feel free in this topic to cite your publications using Probe for EPMA and include a pdf attachment if you like.
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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2016, 05:49:11 pm »
Here are a couple of published papers by Mike Garcia at the Univ. of Hawaii which utilized Probe for EPMA:

Shea, T., Lynn, K. and Garcia, M. O., 2015. Cracking the olivine zoning code: Distinguishing between crystal growth and diffusion. Geology, 43, 935–938.

Garcia, M.O., Weis, D., Jicha, B.R., Ito, G., Hanano, D., 2015. Petrology and geochronology of lavas from Ka‘ula Volcano: Implications for rejuvenated volcanism of the Hawaiian Mantle Plume. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta , Fred Frey Special Issue, doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2016.03.025.
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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2016, 08:34:49 pm »
These from John Fournelle's lab at UW Madison:

Fournelle, J., et al. "Low voltage EPMA: experiments on a new frontier in microanalysis-analytical lateral resolution." IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 109. No. 1. IOP Publishing, 2016.

Kong, W., Jiao, W. Y., Li, J. C., Collar, K., Leach, J. H., Fournelle, J., ... & Brown, A. S. (2016). Structural Characterization of the Nanocolumnar Microstructure of InAlN. Journal of Electronic Materials, 45(1), 654-660.

Kong, W., Roberts, A. T., Jiao, W. Y., Fournelle, J., Kim, T. H., Losurdo, M., ... & Brown, A. S. (2015). Room temperature Ultraviolet B emission from InAlGaN films synthesized by plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy. Applied Physics Letters, 107(13), 132102.

Śliwiński, M. G., Kitajima, K., Kozdon, R., Spicuzza, M. J., Fournelle, J. H., Denny, A., & Valley, J. W. (2015). Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Bias on Isotope Ratios in Dolomite–Ankerite, Part I: δ18O Matrix Effects. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research.

Gopon, Phillip, Peter Sobol, and John Fournelle. "Non-Sequential Spectral Acquisitions and Data Reconstruction to Remove Time-Dependent Effects from X-Ray Spectra." Applied spectroscopy 69.12 (2015): 1403-1411.

Bonamici, C. E., Fanning, C. M., Kozdon, R., Fournelle, J. H., & Valley, J. W. (2015). Combined oxygen-isotope and U-Pb zoning studies of titanite: New criteria for age preservation. Chemical Geology, 398, 70-84.

Saylor, B. Z., Angelini, J., Deino, A., Alene, M., Fournelle, J. H., & Haile-Selassie, Y. (2016). Tephrostratigraphy of the Waki-Mille area of the Woranso-Mille paleoanthropological research project, Afar, Ethiopia. Journal of Human Evolution, 93, 25-45.

Fredrickson, Rie T., Brandon J. Kilduff, and Daniel C. Fredrickson. "Homoatomic Clustering in T4Ga5 (T= Ta, Nb, Ta/Mo): A Story of Reluctant Intermetallics Crystallizing in a New Binary Structure Type." Inorganic chemistry 54.3 (2014): 821-831.

Fredrickson, R. T., Guo, Y., & Fredrickson, D. C. (2015). Epitaxial Stabilization between Intermetallic and Carbide Domains in the Structures of Mn16SiC4 and Mn17Si2C4. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138(1), 248-256.

Bonamici, C. E., et al. "Intragrain oxygen isotope zoning in titanite by SIMS: Cooling rates and fluid infiltration along the Carthage‐Colton Mylonite Zone, Adirondack Mountains, NY, USA." Journal of Metamorphic Geology 32.1 (2014): 71-92.

Soysal, T., Kou, S., Tat, D., & Pasang, T. (2016). Macrosegregation in dissimilar-metal fusion welding. Acta Materialia, 110, 149-160
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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2016, 01:28:52 pm »
Here's a couple of papers from Wash U:

Liu, D., B. L. Jolliff, R. A. Zeigler, R. L. Korotev, Y. Wan, H. Xie, Y. Zhang, C. Dong, and W. Wang (2012) Comparative zircon U–Pb geochronology of impact melt breccias from Apollo 12 and lunar meteorite SaU 169, and implications for the age of the Imbrium impact. Earth & Planetary Science Letters 319-320, pp. 277–286.

Seddio, S. M., B. L. Jolliff, R. L. Korotev, and P. K. Carpenter (2014) Thorite in an Apollo 12 granite fragment and age determination using the electron microprobe. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 135, pp. 307-320.

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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2016, 01:38:34 pm »
Some new mineral papers by Chi Ma from Cal Tech are attached below (remember to log in to see attachments).
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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #5 on: May 23, 2016, 04:13:11 am »
A couple of papers from University of Bristol using PFE on Jeol 8530F

Jonkers et al., 2016, 'Chamber formation leads to Mg/Ca banding in the planktonic foraminifer Neogloboquadrina pachyderma'. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol 451., pp. 177-184

Liu, AGSC, 2016, ‘Framboidal pyrite shroud confirms the 'death mask' model for moldic preservation of Ediacaran soft-bodied organisms’.Palaios, vol 31., pp. 259-274

Pistone et al., 2016, 'Textural and chemical consequences of interaction between hydrous mafic and felsic magmas: an experimental study'. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology

Many more in the pipeline!

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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #6 on: May 23, 2016, 07:57:48 am »

This is a list of my recent papers, in which all probe data was collected using Probe for EPMA:

2016 Bullock, E. S.; Tenner, T. J.; Nakashima, D.; Kita, N. T.; MacPherson, G. J.; Ivanova, M. A.; Krot, A. N.; Petaev, M. I.; Jacobsen, S. B. High Precision Al-Mg Systematics of Forsterite-Bearing Type B CAIs from CV3 Chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Submitted.

2016 Williams C. D.; Ushikubo T.; Bullock E. S.; Janney P. E.; Hines R. R.; Kita N. T.; Hervig R. L.; MacPherson G. J.; Mendybaev R. A.; Richter F. M.; Wadhwa M. Thermal and chemical evolution of the early Solar System: Part I - Petrology, mineral chemistry, and isotopic composition of Allende FUN CAI CMS-1. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Submitted.

2014 Jenner, F.; Hauri, E. H.; Bullock, E. S.; König, S.; Arculus, R. J.; Mavrogenes, J. A.; Mikkelson, N., Goddard, C. The role of partial melting, sulfide saturation, magma mixing, and degassing on the chalcophile budgets of convergent margin magmas. EPSL, accepted.

2014 Archer, G. J.; Ash, R. D.; Bullock, E. S.; Walker, R. J. Highly siderophile elements and 187Re- 187Os isotopic systematics of the Allende meteorite: Evidence for primary nebula processes and late-stage alteration Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume 131, p. 402-414.

2013 Abreu, Neyda M.; Bullock, E. S. Opaque assemblages in CR2 Graves Nunataks (GRA) 06100 as indicators of shock-driven hydrothermal alteration in the CR chondrite parent body Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 48, p. 2406-2429.

2013 Bullock, E. S.; Knight, K. B.; Richter, F. M.; Kita, N. T.; Ushikuba, T.; MacPherson, G. J.; Davis, A. M. and Mendybaev, R. A. Mg and Si isotopic fractionation patterns in types B1 and B2 CAIs: Implications for formation under different nebular conditions Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 48, p1440-1458.

2012 Bullock, E. S.; MacPherson, G. J.; Nagashima, K.; Krot, A. N.; Petaev, M. I.; Jacobsen, S. B.; Ulyanov, A. A. Forsterite-bearing type B refractory inclusions from CV3 chondrites: From aggregates to volatilized melt droplets Meteoritics and Planetary Science 47, p.2128-2147.

2012 MacPherson, G. J.; Kita, N. T.; Ushikuba, T.; Bullock, E. S. and Davis, A. M.; Well-resolved variations in the formation ages for Ca-Al-rich inclusions in the early Solar System Earth and Planetary Science Letters 331, p. 43-54.

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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #7 on: May 23, 2016, 02:13:59 pm »
In addition to scientific papers, Probe for EPMA is used for the classification of Antarctic meteorites collected by the ANSMET program. The ANSMET program – a tri-agency agreement between NASA, NSF and the Smithsonian – collects and curates meteorites from Antarctica, similar to expeditions run by Japanese and Chinese teams. The materials is characterized, and made available to scientific research institutions around the globe. Many new and rare meteorites have been discovered this way, including ALH 84001 (the [in]famous Martian meteorite).

See “35 Seasons of U.S. Antarctic Meteorites (1976-2010): A Pictorial Guide To The Collection” by Kevin Righter, Catherine Corrigan, Timothy McCoy and Ralph Harvey (2014), John Wiley & Sons, for more details.

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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2016, 04:17:59 pm »
Here are a few papers (attached below) from Paul Wallace that all utilized Probe for EPMA and Probe Image.
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Re: Probe for EPMA Citations
« Reply #9 on: May 26, 2016, 11:17:29 am »
Hi,

here are some recent papers where either ProbeForEPMA and/or ProbeImage was utilized at the University of Minnesota. We almost exclusively use PFE in the lab for any kind of project but a lot of these papers really needed the advanced options of PFE (background models, interference corrections, aggregate intensities, combined conditions, etc).

  • Zhang, Z., Lentsch, N., & Hirschmann, M. M. (2015). Carbon-saturated monosulfide melting in the shallow mantle: solubility and effect on solidus.Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 170(5-6), 1-13.
  • Zhang, Z., & Hirschmann, M. M. (2016). Experimental constraints on mantle sulfide melting up to 8 GPa. American Mineralogist, 101(1), 181-192.
  • Zhang, H. L., Hirschmann, M. M., Cottrell, E., Newville, M., & Lanzirotti, A. (2016). Structural environment of iron and accurate determination of Fe 3+/ΣFe ratios in andesitic glasses by XANES and Mössbauer spectroscopy.Chemical Geology, 428, 48-58.
  • M. Tasaka, M.E. Zimmerman, and D.L. Kohlstedt, (2015), Creep behavior of Fe-bearing olivine under hydrous conditions”,  J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1002/2015JB012096.
  • M. Tasaka, M.E. Zimmerman, and D.L. Kohlstedt  (2015), Evolution of the rheological and microstructural properties of olivine aggregates during dislocation creep under hydrous conditions”, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1002/2015JB012134.
  • Armstrong, L.S., Hirschmann, M.M., Stanley, B.D., Falksen, E.G., Jacobsen, S.D. (2015), Speciation and solubility of reduced C-O-H-N volatiles in mafic melt: Implications for volcanism, atmospheric evolution, and deep volatile cycles in the terrestrial planets, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2015.07.007.
  • Mosenfelder, J. L., Rossman, G. R., & Johnson, E. A. (2015), Hydrous species in feldspars: A reassessment based on FTIR and SIMS. American Mineralogist,100(5-6), 1209-1221.
  • Pec, M., Holtzman, B. K., Zimmerman, M., & Kohlstedt, D. L. (2015), Reaction infiltration instabilities in experiments on partially molten mantle rocks. Geology, G36611-1.
  • Pommier, A., Leinenweber, K., Kohlstedt, D. L., Qi, C., Garnero, E. J., Mackwell, S. J., Tyburczy, J. A. (2015), Experimental constraints on the electrical anisotropy of the lithosphere-asthenosphere system. Nature 522, p. 202 – 206.
  • Tasaka, M., M. E. Zimmerman, and D. L. Kohlstedt (2015), Creep behavior of Fe-bearing olivine under hydrous conditions, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1002/2015JB012096.
  • Whitney, D.L., Roger, F., Teyssier, C., Rey, P.F., Respaut, J.-P. (2015), Syn-collapse eclogite metamorphism and exhumation of deep crust in a migmatite dome: The P–T–t record of the youngest Variscan eclogite (Montagne Noire, French Massif Central), Earth and Planetary Science Letters 430, Pages 224-234.
  • Zhang, H. L., Solheid, P. A., Lange, R. A., von der Handt, A., Hirschmann, M. M. (2015), Accurate determination of Fe3+/ΣFe of andesitic glass by Mössbauer spectroscopy. American Mineralogist. Volume 100, Issue 8-9, Pages 1967–1977
  • Zhang, Z., Lentsch, N.,  Hirschmann, M.M. (2015,) Carbon‑saturated monosulfide melting in the shallow mantle: solubility and effect on solidus, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 170:47.
  • Crosby, C. H., Bailey, J. V., & Sharma, M. (2014). Fossil evidence of iron-oxidizing chemolithotrophy linked to phosphogenesis in the wake of the Great Oxidation Event. Geology, 42(11), 1015-1018.
  • Korchinski, M. S., Vry, J., Little, T. A., Millet, M. A., Bicknell, R., Smith, E., & von der Handt, A. (2014). Timing of UHP exhumation and rock fabric development in gneiss domes containing the world's youngest eclogite Facies rocks, southeastern Papua New Guinea. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 32(9), 1019-1039.
  • Luhmann, A. J., Kong, X. Z., Tutolo, B. M., Garapati, N., Bagley, B. C., Saar, M. O., & Seyfried, W. E. (2014). Experimental dissolution of dolomite by CO 2-charged brine at 100 C and 150bar: evolution of porosity, permeability, and reactive surface area. Chemical Geology, 380, 145-160.
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