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This is about the metal analysis deconstruction mentioned above..
Im a metallurgist.. and what is said here that Scanning Electron Microscope cannot recognize the elements is not true! well the guys who wrote this article seem to know nothing about what an SEM can do! Yes you can distinguish and analyze individual components of the elements in an SEM... they shouldn't be spreading misinformation about something they know nothing about!
SEM/EDS Chemical Analysis:
Chemical Analysis of microscopic particles or regions within a sample analyzed in the Scanning Electron Microscope. Energy Dispersive Spectrometer (EDS) micro-analysis is performed by measuring the energy and intensity distribution of X-ray signals generated by a focused electron beam on the specimen (EDS). With the attachment of the energy dispersive spectrometer, the elemental composition of materials can be obtained.
This doesnt mean that i'm supporting Meier but I thought things had to clarified where they need to be.
Look at an SEM analysis below of the composition of an alloy for your reference:
(This was done on a Carl Ziess SEM on 12th of May 2009, to know more on the SEM abilities : http://met-tech.com/sems_eds.html )
Namaste, L&L, R.