Topics in Mineral Sciences Volume 33
Editors: P.L. King, M.S. Ramsey, G.A. Swayze
Infrared spectroscopy has been widely used in organic chemistry; however, the technique can be applied successfully to a range of applications.
This short-course volume highlights applications in analytical geochemistry, environmental geochemistry, and remote sensing, with particular emphasis on ore deposit exploration and hazard assessment.
Softcover. 284 pages. 2004.
This publication is no longer available as it is out of print.
The primary goal of this short course is to update graduate students, researchers, and professional geologists on the current theory and practice in infrared spectroscopy. Infrared spectroscopy is a technique that has been used widely in organic chemistry (relevant to environmental and petroleum geologists); however, there are exciting new developments in inorganic chemistry also…
A second goal of this short course is to link researchers who are using infrared spectroscopy in different settings: bench top laboratories, field devices, airborne instruments, and satellites.