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IM! Brine M Oil U Rock Grain

Fig. 16-x-y plane view of image slab (slices 460-469) after Frro measurement (Frro = 15);
image resolution=10 gm.

Fig. 17-x-y plane view of image slab (slices 460-469) after Frrw measurement
(Frw = 1,220); image resolution=l0 pm.

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