Applications of Raman spectroscopy to Earth sciences and cultural heritage : university textbook

Author : edited by J. Dubessy, M.-C. Caumon and F. Rull

Spectroscopic methods such as Raman are used to investigate the structure and dynamics of matter. They are essential for the study of the different types of mineral or organic materials produced at the Earths surface or interior. As a result of technological improvements in gratings, detectors, filters and personal computers in the last decade, many micro-Raman spectrometers have become plug-and-play instruments, very easy to use and available at a lower cost than the early Raman microprobes. Thus, many laboratories in Earth Sciences and Cultural Heritage are equipped with these new spectrometers. Commercial, portable Raman spectrometers working in the field have also contributed to the spread of Raman spectroscopy. Poor levels of education in terms of Raman spectroscopy in undergraduate courses in Earth Sciences make it difficult for individuals to obtain information of the highest quality relevant to Earth sciences and Cultural Heritage. This volume is, therefore, timely. Four main topics are addressed: Theory; Methodology, including the instrumentation; Experimental aspects; and Application.

Published Date : 27 Mar 2019
Page : 510
Publisher : Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland

MARC INFORMATION

020 a : ISBN 
9780903056311 
041 a : Language 
eng 
050 b : Publish Year 
2012 
245 a : Title 
Applications of Raman spectroscopy to Earth sciences and cultural heritage : university textbook 
260 b : Name of publisher 
European Mineralogical Union and the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland 
300 a : Total pages 
510 
520 a : Description 
Spectroscopic methods such as Raman are used to investigate the structure and dynamics of matter. They are essential for the study of the different types of mineral or organic materials produced at the Earths surface or interior. As a result of technological improvements in gratings, detectors, filters and personal computers in the last decade, many micro-Raman spectrometers have become plug-and-play instruments, very easy to use and available at a lower cost than the early Raman microprobes. Thus, many laboratories in Earth Sciences and Cultural Heritage are equipped with these new spectrometers. Commercial, portable Raman spectrometers working in the field have also contributed to the spread of Raman spectroscopy. Poor levels of education in terms of Raman spectroscopy in undergraduate courses in Earth Sciences make it difficult for individuals to obtain information of the highest quality relevant to Earth sciences and Cultural Heritage. This volume is, therefore, timely. Four main topics are addressed: Theory; Methodology, including the instrumentation; Experimental aspects; and Application. 
650 a : Subject 
852 a : Library Location 
Geology & Gemology Collection 

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