Weboldalunk használatával jóváhagyja a cookie-k használatát a Cookie-kkal kapcsolatos irányelv értelmében.

Anton Beran and Eugen Libowitzky : EMU 6 Spectroscopic Methods in Mineralogy

6.500 Ft (6.190 Ft + ÁFA)
Nem értékelt
Gyártó: ELTE Eötvös Kiadó Kft.
Szállítási díj: 990 Ft
Várható szállítás: 2024. június 26.


Anton Beran and Eugen Libowitzky : EMU 6  Spectroscopic Methods in Mineralogy 

From the Foreward

The present volume of the EMU Notes in Mineralogy is dedicated to different spectroscopic methods frequently applied in mineralogy and contains the contributions of the lectures given at the 6th School of the European Mineralogical Union (6th EMU School) on Spectroscopic Methods in Mineralogy, held at the University of Vienna from August 30 to September 8, 2004. The School includes the 5th European Conference on Mineralogy and Spectroscopy (ECMS 2004), held from September 4 to 8, 2004, where students will be provided with additional examples of state-of-the-art applications of spectroscopic methods.

Spectroscopic methods provide information about the local structure of minerals. The methods do not depend on long-range periodicity or crystallinity. The geometric arrangement of atoms in a mineral phase is only one aspect of its constitution. Its vibrational characteristic, electronic structure and magnetic properties are of greatest importance when we consider the behaviour of minerals in dynamic processes. The characterisation of the structural and physico-chemical properties of a mineral requires the application of several complementary spectroscopic techniques. However, it is one of the main aims of this School to demonstrate that different spectroscopic methods work on the same basic principles. Spectroscopic techniques represent an extremely rapidly evolving area of mineralogy and many recent research efforts are similar to those in materials science, solid state physics and chemistry. Applications to different materials of geoscientific relevance have expanded by the development of microspectroscopic techniques and by in situ measurements at low- to high-temperature and high-pressure conditions.

It is our hope that the present volume will contribute to the specific development of spectroscopic methods in geosciences and that it will stimulate numerous scientists who are concerned with detailed structural investigations of solid state materials with respect to their physical and chemical properties.

Anton Beran and Eugen Libowitzky, Vienna, July 2004

Contents of Volume 6

  • Chapter 1. An introduction to spectroscopic methods in the mineral sciences and geochemistry by Charles A. GEIGER, page 1 to 42
  • Chapter 2. Luminescence techniques in Earth Sciences by Lutz NASDALA, Jens GÖTZE, John M. HANCHAR, Michael GAFT and Matthias R. KRBETSCHEK, page 43 to 92
  • Chapter 3. Optical absorption spectroscopy in geosciences. Part I: Basic concepts of crystal field theory by Manfred WILDNER , Michael ANDRUT and Czeslaw Z. RUDOWICZ, page 93 to 144
  • Chapter 4. Optical absorption spectroscopy in geosciences. Part II: Quantitative aspects of crystal fields by Michael ANDRUT , Manfred WILDNER and Czeslaw Z. RUDOWICZ, page 145 to 188
  • Chapter 5. IR spectroscopy as a tool for the characterisation of ceramic precursor phases by Anton BERAN, Dietmar VOLL and Hartmut SCHNEIDER, page 189 to 226
  • Chapter 6. IR spectroscopic characterisation of hydrous species in minerals by Eugen LIBOWITZKY and Anton BERAN, page 227 to 280
  • Chapter 7. Raman spectroscopy: Analytical perspectives in mineralogical research by Lutz NASDALA , David. C. SMITH , Reinhard KAINDL and Martin A. ZIEMANN, page 281 to 344
  • Chapter 8. Mössbauer spectroscopy: Basic principles by Georg AMTHAUER, Michael GRODZICKI, Werner LOTTERMOSER and Günther REDHAMMER, page 345 to 368
  • Chapter 9. Mössbauer spectroscopy: Applications by Catherine A. Mc CAMMON, page 369 to 398
  • Chapter 10. NMR studies of silicate glasses by Simon C. KOHN, page 399 to 420
  • Chapter 11. Solid state NMR spectroscopy as supporting method in Rietveld structure refinements of rock-forming minerals: New developments and examples by Michael FECHTELKORD, page 421 to 464
  • Chapter 12. X-ray absorption spectroscopy in mineralogy: Theory and experiment in the XANES region by Annibale MOTTANA, page 465 to 552
  • Chapter 13. X-ray absorption spectroscopy in geosciences: Information from the EXAFS region by Laurence GALOISY, page 553 to 583
  • Chapter 14. Spectroscopic investigations relating to the structural, crystal-chemical and lattice-dynamic properties of (Fe2+,Mn2+,Mg,Ca)3Al2Si3O12 garnet: A review and analysis by Charles A. GEIGER, page 589 to 646
  • Name index p 647
  • Register of minerals and other materials p 655


Erről a termékről még nem érkezett vélemény. Legyél te az első, aki véleményt ír a könyvről!


Szerző Anton Beran and Eugen Libowitzky
Cím EMU 6 Spectroscopic Methods in Mineralogy
Oldalszám 662
ISBN 963 463 6624