The 2019 M&M meeting took place in August 2019, in Portland, Oregon. We were there and we had a poster. The data for the poster were collected using a sample from Bushveld. We demonstrate how important X-ray mapping is to tell apart different phases, which may not be satisfactorily distinct using the atomic number Z as an imaging medium (their grey level will be quite close). X-ray mapping overrides this problem and we show how in our poster. The dataset was collected in Oxford Instruments Nanoanalysis in the UK.

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