Index to Data Files on the Mineral Spectroscopy Server

Visible Spectra
Our extensive collection of single crystal transmission data in the 300 - 2500 nm range.  
 
 Infrared Spectra      (under development - several sections are ready now)

KBr pellet data in the 4000 - 200 cm-1 range.

OH-region single crystal data in the 4000 - 3000 cm-1 range.

Far-Infrared : Both ATR and Polyethylene pellet data are available.  ATR-Far-IR data for samples that are part of the RRUFF project are available on the RRUFF website.

External Databases

Reflectance data
Thermal Emission Spectra
Raman Spectra. Our data are now part of the RRUFF project, a large composite database that combines the American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database with thousands of Raman spectra obtained at Arizona State University and Caltech. This database has chemical analyses, X-ray diffraction parameters, Raman spectra, and, infrared spectra and, ultimately, other types of data in a convenient, single database. Mössbauer Spectra.
Compare the emission (from ASU), reflection (from JPL) and transmission spectra of quartz.


You are invited to contribute data to our site

You can e-mail data to me.


Data presented on this site have been obtained, in part, through the support from research grants of the National Science Foundation (USA), the White Rose Foundation, and through the generosity of individuals throughout the world who are willing to share their data in a community resource.

Other Resources

Mineral spectroscopy at the Institute for Mineralogy of the Technical University Mining College, Freiberg, Germany.

For information on the crystal structure of many minerals go to the University of Colorado Mineral Structure Lab .



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last updated: 26-Apr-2011