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Young 56 Spurr's resin, sectioned, grid-stained, and examined on a Philips 300 transmission electron microscope. Radioles for x-ray micoanalysis were fixed in 2% buffered, saline glutaraldehyde that was gassed with H S . The sulfide was required to stabilize and precipitate the copper. Unstained thin sections were mounted on beryllium grids, carbon coated and examined with a Philips EM-400 equipped with a STEM attachment, a eucentric goniometer stage, and either an EDAX "System E" or an EDAX 9100.

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