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Themed collection Elemental Imaging

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Editorial

Elemental imaging

J. Pisonero, N. Bordel and V. S. Smentkowski introduce the Elelmental Imaging themed issue.

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Critical Review

Elemental mapping of microstructures by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (SEM-EDS): extraordinary advances with the silicon drift detector (SDD)

Elemental mapping at the microstructural level by scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry, while widely applied in science, engineering, and technology, has been limited in performance by the throughput.

Graphical abstract: Elemental mapping of microstructures by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (SEM-EDS): extraordinary advances with the silicon drift detector (SDD)
From the themed collection: 2013's Top 25 most read JAAS articles
Open Access Paper

Synchrotron-based chemical imaging reveals plumage patterns in a 150 million year old early bird

Three key specimens of Archaeopteryx were subjected to non-destructive chemical analysis in order to investigate the potential preservation of original pigmentation in early fossil feathers.

Graphical abstract: Synchrotron-based chemical imaging reveals plumage patterns in a 150 million year old early bird
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Application of laser ablation-ICP-mass spectrometry for 2-dimensional mapping of element distributions in a Late Archean impact spherule layer

LA-ICP-MS was applied to visualize the 2D distribution of various major (Mg, Mn, Fe) and trace (Cr, Co, Ni, Ir, Pt) elements in the Late Archaean Paraburdoo impact spherule layer.

Graphical abstract: Application of laser ablation-ICP-mass spectrometry for 2-dimensional mapping of element distributions in a Late Archean impact spherule layer
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Elemental bioimaging of haematoxylin and eosin-stained tissues by laser ablation ICP-MS

An LA-ICP-MS imaging method for H & E-stains was developed providing further information about the structural aspects of thin tissue sections.

Graphical abstract: Elemental bioimaging of haematoxylin and eosin-stained tissues by laser ablation ICP-MS
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Ultrafast elemental mapping of materials combinatorial libraries and high-throughput screening samples via pulsed glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy

Pulsed GDOES enables elemental mapping of materials combinatorial libraries at orders of magnitude faster analysis times compared to traditional techniques.

Graphical abstract: Ultrafast elemental mapping of materials combinatorial libraries and high-throughput screening samples via pulsed glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy
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Isotope ratio mapping by means of laser ablation-single collector-ICP-mass spectrometry: Zn tracer studies in thin sections of Daphnia magna

This paper reports an improved methodology and detailed method development for acquisition of isotope ratio images by means of LA-single collector-ICP-MS, applied to Zn isotopes in thin sections of Daphnia magna.

Graphical abstract: Isotope ratio mapping by means of laser ablation-single collector-ICP-mass spectrometry: Zn tracer studies in thin sections of Daphnia magna
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3D laser ablation-ICP-mass spectrometry mapping for the study of surface layer phenomena – a case study for weathered glass

3D LA-ICP-MS mapping of “hard” materials based on multi-spot laser drilling, monitoring of depth profiles and retrieval/stacking of 2D depth maps.

Graphical abstract: 3D laser ablation-ICP-mass spectrometry mapping for the study of surface layer phenomena – a case study for weathered glass
From the themed collection: 2013's Top 25 most read JAAS articles
Technical Note

LA-ICPMS elemental imaging of complex discontinuous carbonates: An example using large benthic foraminifera

LA-ICPMS elemental imaging of complex discontinuous carbonates: An example using large benthic foraminifera.

Graphical abstract: LA-ICPMS elemental imaging of complex discontinuous carbonates: An example using large benthic foraminifera
From the themed collection: Elemental Imaging
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Featuring cutting-edge papers devoted to elemental imaging using different analytical techniques.

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