Absorption Spectroscopy in Mineralogy
Annibale Mottana, Francesco Burragato
Elsevier, 1990 - Science - 294 pages
This book contains contributions from the invited speakers to the symposium on Absorption Spectroscopy in Mineralogy, held in Rome, Italy, on 4-7 October, 1989. The meeting was organised with the primary aim of bringing together European specialists working the different absorption spectroscopic techniques, to deliver the highlights and principles of their methods. Absorption spectroscopy methods have been widely used in the past in mineralogy, and far from being exhausted they are bound to gain in momentum in the future.
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