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Scientists from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are studying how hematite and other subsurface minerals react, providing information important to soil evolution, atmospheric chemistry, and waste remediation. In conducting this fundamental research, the scientists use the atomic force microscope at EMSL along with a host of other instruments to obtain direct atomic-level observations of mineral surface structure and to acquire real-time measurements of mineral reactivity in geochemical environments.

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Document Title: Hematite Science
Category: Chemistry
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: September 2010
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