|Statement||Lelia M. Coyne, editor, Stephen W.S. McKeever, editor, David F. Blake, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series ;, 415|
|Contributions||Coyne, Lelia M., 1939-, McKeever, S. W. S., 1950-, Blake, David F., 1949-, American Chemical Society. Division of Geochemistry., American Chemical Society. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||QE369.S65 S64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 480 p. :|
|Number of Pages||480|
|LC Control Number||89027755|
Spectroscopic Characterization of Minerals and Their Surfaces: An Overview ; Thin-Film Elemental Analyses for Precise Characterization of Minerals ; High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy Applied to Clay Minerals ; Skeletal Versus Nonbiogenic Carbonates: VN-IR ( m) Reflectance Properties ; Photoluminescence, Candoluminescence. This book presents the global results of new research in the field of materials characterization and covers a wide range of materials, from metals, minerals, ceramics, and high energy materials, to biomaterials and advanced characterization methods. Spectroscopic characterization of minerals and their surfaces: developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Geochemistry at the th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Los Angeles, California, September , Characterization is an important and fundamental step in material research before and after processing. This bookfocuses on the characterization of minerals, metals, and materials as well as the application of characterization results on the processing of these materials. It is a highly authoritative collection of articles written by experts from around the : Shadia Ikhmayies.
Topics include extraction and processing of various minerals, and the process-structure-property relationship of metal alloys, glasses and ceramics, polymers, composites, and carbon used as functional and structural materials. Advanced methodology and instrumentation for materials characterization . This book outlines the different kinds of spectroscopic tools being used for the characterization of nanomaterials and discusses under what conditions each should be used. The book is intended to cover all the major spectroscopic techniques for nanocharacterization, making it an important resource for both the academic community at the research level and the industrial community involved in . This state-of-the-art reference contains chapters on all aspects of the characterization of minerals, metals, and materials. The title presents papers from one of the largest yearly gatherings of materials scientists in the world and thoroughly discusses the characterization of minerals, metals, . X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy for characterization of bionanocomposite functional materials for energy-harvesting technologies. ChemPhysChem. 14,
Spectroscopy is the study of light as a function of wavelength that has been emitted, reflected or scattered from a solid, liquid, or gas. In this chapter I will primarily discuss the spectroscopy of minerals, but the principles apply to any material. No single chapter can cover this topic adequately, and one could argue, not even a single book. EPR spectroscopy is a technique used to measure the free radical content of humic substances—a property that can greatly influence NOMs' redox property and reactivity with many organic and inorganic substrates in surface or subsurface environments (Wilson and Weber, ; Senesi et al., ; Senesi, a; Scott et al., ). EPR studies are based upon the measurement of the interaction Cited by: Browse By Publication: Spectroscopic Characterization of Minerals and their Surfaces. Vol. The characterization of Indian standard sand (IS as per B. I. S. approval) was performed by X-ray diffraction, IR and Raman spectroscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance techniques.