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Figure 6
Plot of EmaxE50 coordinates for individual grains showing the effect of polarization. The larger symbols represent the average spectrum (average of all grains) used in the other plots in this paper. Red, blue and black symbols represent divalent, trivalent and sulfide compounds, respectively. The compounds are aegirine (closed triangles), esseneite (open triangles), ferrosilite (open triangles, point down), hedenbergite (open squares), pigeonite (closed circles), troilite (closed triangles, point down), cubanite (open circles) and pentlandite (closed squares). Grey regions are the boundaries of the trivalent, divalent and sulfide regions shown in Fig. 2[link]. The sulfide region fades off to the right because we have no data for powders in which Emax > 30 eV.

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