takes automated mineralogy on the scanning electron microscope (SEM) to the next level.
The combination of quantitative geochemical measurements alongside rapid, large-area mapping provides a unique geochemistry and petrology solution. Mineralogic goes a step further with new flexible outputs of quantitative geochemical data. This allows the user to decide how and where to interrogate their samples, both within the user-friendly Mineralogic interface and with streamlined workflows into third-party software.
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Quantitative geochemical mapping and petrological analysis
Mineralogic offers flexibility in the visualization and export of geochemical data stored in the software database.
Find sample images of scanned thin sections in the application note linked above
The LPV allows visualization of large datasets, including thin sections, with stitched images and data. Individual pixels can be interrogated instantly for geochemical measurements and mineral classification.
Have a look at the functions ZEISS Mineralogic offers to you and how you can easily select a specific element you want to highlight in your sample
Exported data from Mineralogic is designed to provide all your geochemical data with maximum flexibility. Find how the software will show your samples in element heatmaps imported in XMapTools.