Materials Research – Publications


2004-Articles in press

1. W.U. Reimold, W.J. Przybylowicz and R.L. Gibson.
Quantitative major and trace elemental mapping by PIXE of concretionary pyrite from the Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa.
X-Ray Spectrometry.

2. R. W. Belcher, A. Rozendaal and W. J. Przybylowicz.
Trace element zoning in pyrite determined by PIXE elemental mapping: evidence for varying ore-fluid composition and electrochemical precipitation of gold at the Spitskop deposit, Saldania Belt, South Africa.
X-Ray Spectrometry.

3. G. Stevens, W.J. Przybylowicz and L.E. Martin.
Micro-PIXE studies of low-level gold solubility in natural magmas: Experiments on two felsic magmas.
X-Ray Spectrometry.

4. C.M. Smit, R. Scheepers, W. Przybylowicz
The Morphology and Trace Element Composition of Pyrite from the Dreyerskuil Member at Target, Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa: Implications for secondary Gold Mineralisation.
Mineralium Deposita.


5. KA Meyer, CM Comrie and CC Theron
Real-time ERD analysis of hydrogen retention in silicon during ramped thermal anneal
Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 219-220 (2004) 751-754.

6. WJ Przybylowicz, J Mesjasz-Przybylowicz, P Migula, K Turnau, M Nakonieczny, M Augustyniak and E Glowacka
Elemental microanalysis in ecophysiology using ion microbeam
Nucl Instr. Meth B (2004) on web.

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