Explore a selection of works produced by A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum staff at Michigan Technological University.

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Submissions from 1995

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Pyrite and marcasite from Northern Illinois, R. Peter Richards, E. L. Clopton, and John A. Jaszczak

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Monte Carlo simulation of dislocation-nucleated etching of silicon {111} surfaces, Donald L. Woodraska, Jason Lacosse, and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1994

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On the natural occurrence of spherical graphite, John A. Jaszczak

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Tailored elastic behavior of multilayers through controlled interface structure, D. Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1993

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Computer simulation of the anomalous elastic behavior of interface materials, Dieter Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

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Role of interface dislocations and surface steps in the work of adhesion, Dieter Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1992

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Growth twinning in graphite from the Crestmore and Jensen Quarries, Riverside Co., California, John A. Jaszczak

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Pyrite bars resulting from epitaxial overgrowth on marcasite whiskers, R. P. Richards, E. L. Clopton, and John A. Jaszczak

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On the interaction between steps in vicinal fcc surfaces: I. Steps along 〈001〉, Dieter Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1991

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Graphite from Crestmore, Riverside County, California, John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1986

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Partitioning of gold in young calc-alkalic volcanic rocks from Guatemala, Theodore J. Bornhorst and William I. Rose

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Rapid, high-quality major and trace element analysis of powdered rock by X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, William I. Rose, Theodore J. Bornhorst, and Seppo J. Sivonen

Submissions from 1984

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Gold content of eleven french geochemical reference samples, Theodore J. Bornhorst, William I. Rose, S. P. Wolfe, and E. L. Hoffman

Submissions from 1983

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Distribution and mobility of uranium and thorium in the peralkaline Soldier Meadow Tuff, northwestern Nevada, Edmond J. Stuart, Theodore J. Bornhorst, William I. Rose, and Donald C. Noble