There is a need for a method of obtaining accurate chemical analyses on the individual particles in very fine-grained powders. For many samples it is impossible to separate mechanically the phases for conventional chemical analysis. Likewise the techniques of x-ray powder diffraction and light microscopy will not suffice in many cases. Important examples of such materials are natural clay or zeolite mixtures and synthetic oxide powders.

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