Frank Bauer

Frank Bauer
Oxford Instruments · Nanoanalysis

Dr. rer. nat.

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January 1990 - present
Oxford Instruments
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Publications (17)
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The finds of iron silicides composed, among others, of xifengite, gupeiite, hapkeite with inclusions of titanium carbide, khamrabaevite and moissanite, and CAIs, together with about 30 elements including uranium and REE, which have been regarded as extraterrestrial for about 15 years in the crater strewn field of the Chiemgau impact, have been enri...
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A Fast and Accurate Workflow for Analytic 3D FIB-SEM Tomography - Volume 25 Supplement - T. Volkenandt, F. Pérez-Willard, F. Bauer, N. Stephen, J. Goulden, P. Trimby, K. Larsen
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Ultra-Low kV EDS – A New Approach to Improved Spatial Resolution, Surface Sensitivity, and Light Element Compositional Imaging and Analysis in the SEM - Volume 25 Issue 2 - Simon Burgess, James Sagar, James Holland, Xiaobing Li, Frank Bauer
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div class="title">Enhancing Materials and Device Analysis Capability in the SEM and FIB-SEM by using a Nanomanipulator - Volume 22 Issue S3 - Matthew Hiscock, Christian Lang, Peter Statham, Frank Bauer, Cheryl Hartfield
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div class="title">Flexible Grid Holder Enabling FIB-SEM Sample Prep and Analysis - Volume 22 Issue S3 - C. Hartfield, F. Bauer
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div class="title">Advances in the Analysis of Gunshot Residue and Other Trace Evidence using EDS and EBSD in the SEM - Volume 22 Issue S3 - Frank Bauer, Matthew Hiscock, Christian Lang
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Introduction: The Holocene Chiemgau impact event is considered to have produced a large meteorite crater strewn field in southeast Germany in the Bronze Age/Celtic era ([1], and ref. therein). The impact is documented by impact melt rocks and various glasses, strong shock metamorphism, geophysical anomalies and ejecta deposits, and substantiated by...
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We report on particles containing hapkeite Fe_2Si in conjunction with xifengite and gupeiite, and inclusions of cubic SiC (moissanite) and (Ti,V,Fe)C (khambraevite) and suggest a cosmic origin related with a meteorite impact.
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CAIs Ca_2Al_2O_5 and CaAl_2O_4 add to SiC and (Ti,V,Fe)C pure crystal inclusions in an iron silicide (xifengite, gupeiite, hapkeite) matrix constituting metallic particles from the subsoil in the Alpine Foreland. A cosmic origin is suggested.
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SEM and TEM analyses of millimeter- to centimeter-sized particles from Holocene soils reveal a multi-stoichiometric iron silicide matrix containing purest crystals of titanium carbide and cubic moissanite. A cosmochemical origin is suggested.
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of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2008 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, August 3 – August 7, 2008

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