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5, the distribution of Mg2+ in a 6000 series Al alloy has been plotted, showing several needle-shaped b" precipitates. These precipitates contain Mg and Si and have a higher evaporation field than the Al matrix, the atoms from which are predominantly detected in the 1+ charge-state. Variations in local curvature of the tip and the resulting increase in electric field are clearly revealed by the distribution of the Al2+ ions, which occur in close correlation with the position of the high-evaporation-field precipitates (Fig.