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Fernando Colombo <[log in to unmask]>
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I have two different sets of analyses of genthelvite,
Zn4 Be3 [S/(SiO4)3], one for major elements (including
Si, Ti, Al, Fe, Mg, Mn, Zn, Ca, K, P, S, Cl and F) and
another for some trace elements (Cu, Ni, Co, V and
Cr). The operating conditions were different for each
set. The microprobe used for data acquisition was a
JEOL 8900. 
At the moment when we run the second analyses, matrix
compositions were not  entered so that trace element
concentrations are not matrix-corrected. 
I would appreciate it if somebody could tell me if
there is a way to integrate the two data sets so that
both have the proper matrix correction.
Thank you very much,

Fernando Colombo



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