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Industrial and Manufactured Materials

Our laboratory sometimes is called upon to measure the redox state of iron in different industrial products and by-products. Fly ash is a combustion product produced by coal-fired power plants that produce electricity. Thin films are used in a wide variety of manufacturing proceeses.

The photo to the left is representative of this mineral group; however, it is not the same sample on which spectra listed below were measured.

Ash, 0Fe:4Na
Ash, 1Fe:3Na
Ash, 2Fe:2Na
Ash, 3Fe:1Na
Ash, 4Fe:0Na
FCC metal, Goldstein
Ferrous Gluconate
FeSi, ISI35A
Fly Ash, W2FSH1
Fly Ash, W2FSH8
Fly Ash, W2FSH6
Fly Ash, W2FSH7
Fly Ash, W2FS88
Fly Ash, VFSH16
Fly Ash, VFSH79
Fly Ash, UFSH66
Fly Ash, VFSH43
Fly Ash, VFSH18
Fly Ash, VFSH88
Thin Film, JNS70C
Thin Film, JNS71A
Thin Film, JNS70B
Thin Film, JNS71B
Sample M, Fe6+, M. Fan, T-series
Sample T, Fe6+, M. Fan, T-series
Sample B1, Fe6+, M. Fan

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