Abstract

The cathodoluminescence technique has become an important tool in sedimentary petrology. Its usefulness will be enhanced if important experimental details are included in publications based in part on cathodoluminescence observation. This is especially important when the absence of luminescence is reported since this may be a function of instrumental design or performance. Suggestions for standard reporting of parameters and observational data are presented.

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