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Raman Spectroscopy applied to Earth Sciences and Cultural Heritage

Product Code: EMU12
Series: Mineralogical Society EMU Notes in Mineralogy
Author/Editor: Edited by J. Dubessy, M.-C. Caumon and F. Rull
Publication Date: 26 November 2012
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EMU Notes in Mineralogy 12

Published by the European Mineralogical Union and the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland

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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 Earth’s 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. However, 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. To address this problem, the present volume contains chapters arising out of lectures given at a European Mineralogical Union ‘school’ which was held at the Université de Lorraine (Nancy, France) from 14–16 June 2012.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-903056-31-1
Publisher: Mineralogical Society
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 504
Weight: 1.07 kg



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