A Tribute to Roger G. Burns
(c) 1996 by The Geochemical Society. Edited by M.D. Dyar, C. McCammon, and M.W. Schaefer [ISBN 0-941809-04-8]
Table of Contents
Part A. Overview, Theory and Application of Spectroscopic Methods
- The science of earth materials - New priorities in a changing world: A tribute to Roger Burns - Fyfe, W.S.
- Theoretical studies on As and Sb sulfide minerals - Tossell, J.A. (PDF PENDING)
- Why hematite is red: Correlation of optical absorption intensities and magnetic moments of Fe3+ minerals - Rossman, G.R.
- The crystal field concept (CFC) in geosciences: Does crystal field stabilization energy of Cr3+ rule its intercrystalline partitioning behavior? - Langer, K. and Andrut, M.
- Cr3+ in phyllosilicates: Influence of the nature of coordinating ligands and their next cationic neighbors on the crystal field parameters - Platonov, A.N. et al.
- Short-range order and long-range order in amphiboles: A model for the interpretation of infrared spectra in the principal OH-stretching region - Hawthorne, F.C. et al.
- Infrared spectroscopy of synthetic (Ni,Mg,Co)-potassium-richterite - Della Ventura, G. et al.
- Raman spectroscopy of crude oils and hydrocarbon fluid inclusions: A feasibility study - Orange, D. et al.
- Pyrrhotite-related Fex(Se1-yTey)8; x ≈=7, y ≤ 0.15 solid solutions, studied by X-ray diffraction, magnetization and Mössbauer spectroscopy techniques - Ericsson, T. et al.
- A comprehensive Mössbauer study of highly-substituted aluminum maghemite - da Costa, G.M. et al.
- A Mössbauer effect study of franklinite from Sterling Hill, New Jersey - de Grave, E. et al.
- Spectroscopic studies of iron sulfide formation and phase relations at low temperatures - Lennie, A.R. and Vaughan, D.J.
- Application of XAFS spectroscopy to coal chemistry - Huggins, F.E. and Huffman, G.P. Li, D.; Bancroft, G. M., and Fleet, M. E.
- Coordination and local structure of Si and Al in silicate glasses: Si and Al K-edge XANES spectroscopy - Li, D. et al.
- In situ microanalysis of Fe3+/ΣFe amphibole by x-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy - Delaney, J.S. et al.
Part B. Spectroscopy and Mineralogy of the Earth's Mantle
- Vibrational spectroscopy of mantle minerals - McMillan, P. F. et al.
- Thermodynamic properties of stishovite at mantle conditions determined from pressure variations of vibrational modes - Hofmeister, A.M.
- Sound velocities of five minerals to mantle pressures determined by the sideband fluorescence method - Chopelas, A. et al.
- Crystal chemistry of FeO at high pressure and temperature - Fei, Y.
- In situ57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy of iron and olivine at high pressure and temperature - Hålenius, E. et al.
- The hydrothermal diamond anvil cell (HDAC) and its applications - Bassett, W.A. et al.
- Crystal field spectrum of synthetic clinoferrite - Ross, N.L. and Sowerby, J.R.
- High-pressure Mössbauer study of synthetic clinoferrite, FeSiO3 - McCammon, C.A. and Tennant, C.
- Crystal chemistry of Fe3+, H+, and D/H in mantle-derived augite from Dish Hill: Implications for alteration during transport - Dyar, M.D. et al.
Part C. Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces
- Quantitative mineral analyses of planetary surfaces using reflectance spectroscopy - Pieters, C.M. et al.
- An occurrence of jarositic tephra on Mauna Kea, Hawaii: Implications for the ferric mineralogy of the Martian surface - Morris, R.V. et al.
- Schwertmannite on Mars? Spectroscopic analyses of schwertmannite, its relationship to other ferric minerals, and its possible presence in the surface material on Mars - Bishop, J.L. and Murad, E.
- Iron, sulfate, carbonate, and hydrated minerals on Mars - Bell, J.F., III.
- Are there abiotically-precipitated iron-formations on Mars? - Schaefer, M.W.