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A Photomultiplier Photometer for Studying Quartz Grain Orientation
Andrew L. Pierson, III
In this article an improved photometer for studying quartz grain orientation is described. The nonlinear illumination effects caused by a phototube having a cylindrical cathode and an axial wire anode have been eliminated in this new system by the use of an infrared sensitive photomultiplier tube with a flat photocathode. Because of this improvement, the preferential quartz grain orientation of many thin sections which could not be measured before can now be determined.
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