Sample records for CATODOLUMINISCENCIA (cathodoluminescence)
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Carbonatos subtropicales de la Formación Calabozo (Caloviano) y su diagénesis, Cuenca Neuquina, Mendoza/ Subtropical carbonates from the Callovian Calabozo Formation, and their diagenesis, Neuquen Basin, Mendoza province

Palma, R.M.; Mehdli, M.; Bressan, G.S.; Kietzmann, D.A.
2007-06-01

Resumen en español El estudio de los carbonatos calovianos de la Formación Calabozo (30 m) procedente del centro-oeste de Argentina revela la abundancia de partículas carbonáticas bentónicas producidas por organismos fotodependientes y de granos no-esqueletales tales como ooides y peloides. La biota está representada por bivalvos, dasicladáceas (Salpingoporella annulata Carozzi, Cylindroporella annulata Carozzi, y Heteroporella sp.), corales escleractínidos, equinodermos, cianobacter (mas) ias (Cayeuxia (Rivularia) piae Rech-Frollo, y Cayeuxia (Rivularia) kurdistanensis Elliot), oncoides, gastrópodos, foraminíferos, calciesferas y en menor cantidad, briozoos y ostrácodos. Las partículas aloquímicas sugieren para las calizas marinas someras de la Formación Calabozo una asociación Photozoan de aguas subtropicales. Las características petrográficas permitieron reconocer siete microfacies diferenciadas de acuerdo al tipo de partículas, fósiles y textura depositacional: 1) bindstone criptalgal; 2) wackestone bioclástico-peloidal; 3) wackestone bioclástico-intraclástico; 4) wackestone bioclástico-peloidal-terrígeno, 5) boundstone coralino, 6) packstone bioclástico-peloidal-intraclástico, y 7) packstone/grainstone oolítico-bioclástico-peloidal. El reconocimiento de grupos de microfacies constituyen dos asociaciones paleoambientales: rampa interna y rampa media. Los procesos de micritización y precipitación de micrita peloidal y cemento acicular son sinsedimentarios. Estos cementos son previos a la fase de cementación de calcita granular y sintaxial. Estudios de cátodoluminiscencia permitieron identificar tres tipos de cementos: (1) acicular, (2) calcita granular, y (3) cemento sintaxial en partículas de equinodermos. La cátodoluminiscencia permitió determinar cementos no luminiscente, cemento con luminiscencia opaca (roja/naranja) y cemento con luminiscencia amarilla brillante. El cemento acicular es no luminiscente (marino), en tanto que la luminiscencia opaca a brillante típica de las cavidades inter-intraparticulares y del cemento sintaxial indica un ambiente diagenético meteórico-freático. Resumen en inglés Detailed study of Callovian carbonates of the Calabozo Formation (30 m) in western Argentina, reveals the abundance of benthic carbonates particles produced by organisms that are light dependent, and non-skeletal grains such as ooids and peloids. The biota consists of bivalves, dasyclads (Salpingoporella annulata Carozzi, Cylindroporella annulata Carozzi, and Heteroporella sp.), scleractinian corals, echinoderms, cyanobacteria (Cayeuxia (Rivularia) piae Rech-Frollo, and C (mas) ayeuxia (Rivularia) kurdistanensis Elliot), oncoids, gastropods, forams, and calcispheres as well as ostracods, and bryozoans in relatively minor quantities. Allochemical particles suggest for the shallow marine limestones of the Calabozo Formation a Photozoan Association under subtropical seawater conditions. The petrographic features allow to recognize seven microfacies, differentiated by particle types, fossils and depositional texture: 1) criptalgal bindstone; 2) bioclastic-peloidal wackestone; 3) bioclastic-intraclastic wackestone; 4) bioclastic-peloidal-terrigenous wackestone, 5) coral framestone, 6) peloidal-bioclastic-intraclastic packstone, and 7) oolitic-bioclastic-peloidal packstone-grainstone. The recognition of microfacies groups constitute two palaeoenvironmental associations: inner ramp and middle ramp settings. Diagenetic studies are based on examination of stained thin sections, through conventional petrography and under cathodoluminescence. Early diagenetic processes are micritization and precipitation of peloidal micrite and acicular calcite. These cements predate granular and syntaxial calcite cements. Cathodoluminescent petrography allows to identify three morphologic types of clear cements: (1) fine acicular crystals, (2) granular cements, and (3) syntaxial cement rims on echinoderm particles. Description of the CL signature has evolved to discrimination as either, non-luminescent, dully luminescent red/orange, or brightly luminescent yellow. The earlier acicular calcite cement is non-luminescent, on the other hand, the predominantly dully luminescent red/orange, or brightly luminescent yellow of interparticular and intraparticular granular calcite and syntaxial cements indicate a shallow burial meteoric-phreatic diagenetic environment.

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The response of several luminescent materials to keV and MeV ions

McCarthy, Kieran J. ; García López, Francisco Javier ; Jiménez Rey, D. ; Zurro, Bernardo ; Ibarra, Ana ; Baciero, A.

8 pages.-- PACS nrs.: 78.60.Hk; 52.70.−m; 29.17.+w; 87.50.Gi. | We have quantified the ionoluminescence of several materials when irradiated with protons and He ions accelerated to keV and MeV energies. In particular, we have determined the absolute luminosity in terms of the number of photons emitt...

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The response of several luminescent materials to keV and MeV ions

McCarthy, Kieran J.; García López, Francisco Javier; Jiménez Rey, D.; Zurro, Bernardo; Ibarra, Ana; Baciero, A.; Respaldiza, Miguel Ángel
2005-04-15

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Relationship between the cathodoluminescence emission and resistivity in In doped CdZnTe crystals

Rodríguez-Fernández, J.; Carcelén, V.; Hidalgo, P.; Vijayan, N.; Piqueras, J.; Sochinskii, N. V.; Pérez, J. M.; Diéguez, E.
2009-08-18

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Raman scattering and cathodoluminescence characterization of near lattice-matched InxAl1−xN epilayers

Cuscó, Ramón; Pastor, D.; Hernández, S.; Artús, Lluís; Martínez, O.; Jiménez, J.; Martin, R. W.; O'Donnell, K. P.; Watson, I. M.
2008-10-01

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Origin of Late Cretaceous dolomites at the southern margin of the Central System, Madrid Province, Spain | Origen de las dolomías del Cretácico Superior del borde sur del Sistema Central. Provincia de Madrid. España

Benito, M. I. ; Mas, R.

[EN] This study focuses on the Late Cretaceous dolomitic units situated at the southern margin of the Central System in Spain. Dolomiteswere petrographically studied (transmited light, cathodoluminescence and scanning electron microscopy) and geochemicallycharacterized (Mg/Ca ratio, ä13C, ä18O, 87...

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Evolución diagenética de los carbonatos arrecifales de la Formación Torrecilla en Cameros y de los carbonatos continentales suprayacentes (Kimmeridgiense inferior-Titónico) en el Sector de Soria. Cuenca de Cameros, N. España | Diagenetic evolution of the reefal carbonates of the Torrecilla en Cameros Formation and overlying continental carbonates (Early Kimmeridgian Tithonian) in the Soria Sector. Cameros Basin, N. Spain

Benito, M. I. ; Mas, R.

[ES] El último episodio de sedimentación marina del Jurásico en el área de Soria se produjo durante el Kimmeridgiense inferior con el depósito de la Fm. Torrecilla en Cameros, formada por areniscas y calizas arrecifales y oolíticas que se depositaron en una rampa carbonática somera. Fue durante el d...

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