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Since its introduction in the late 1970s automated materials characterization has become a powerful tool for the acquisition of quantitative mineralogical and microfabric data. Today, the technique is applied along the entire raw materials value chain regardless of the area of application such as exploration, mining, beneficiation, environmental rehabilitation, re-mining and recycling. Other fields of application include the glass, ceramic, electronics, and construction industry as well as forensics and petrology.