2 edition of Raman spectroscopic studies of asbestos found in the catalog.
Raman spectroscopic studies of asbestos
Karen Therese Russell
Written in English
Ph.D. thesis. Typescript.
Christian Schmidt, I-Ming Chou, "The Hydrothermal Diamond Anvil Cell (HDAC) for Raman spectroscopic studies of geological fluids at high pressures and temperatures", Raman spectroscopy applied to Earth sciences and cultural heritage, J. Dubessy, M.-C. Caumon, F. RullMissing: asbestos. The incipient use of theoretical methods in the research of geomaterials reveals the great power of such methodology in the determination of the mineral properties. These methods provide a safe, accurate and cheap manner of obtaining these properties. Uranium-containing minerals are highly radiotoxic, and their experimental studies demand a careful handling of the samples by: 3.
Raman spectroscopy (/ ˈ r ɑː m ən /); (named after Indian physicist C. V. Raman) is a spectroscopic technique typically used to determine vibrational modes of molecules, although rotational and other low-frequency modes of systems may also be observed. Raman spectroscopy is commonly used in chemistry to provide a structural fingerprint by which Missing: asbestos. Flow of asbestos «lava» Flow of nuclear waste Raman spectroscopy • to the integrated Raman signal Comparison between studies difficult. Tsujimura et al., Fingerprinting Identification of Raman bands due to dissolved species 1st order Raman spectrum + Al3+-O + P4+-O + Fe3+-O.
Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy has been performed on isolated samples of six types of asbestos—Chrysotile, Crocidolite, Amosite, Anthophyllite, Actinolite, and Tremolite—with analysis of optical emission in the visible region of the spectrum. The principal elements of Mg, Fe, Si, Na, and Ca have all been identified. By examining peak intensity ratios of these Author: David M. Benton. Buy the Kobo ebook Book Infrared and Raman Spectroscopies of Clay Minerals by at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.
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Methods of determining the presence of asbestos and transite (an asbestos/concrete blend) for decommissioning and decontamination of hazardous waste sites have been developed, based on use of infrared diffuse reflectance (DR) spectrometry [in both the mid- (MIR) and near-infrared (NIR) spectral regions] and Raman by: 1.
Raman, mid-infrared (MIR) and near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopic methods have been applied to the analysis of fibrous (asbestos) and non-fibrous forms of serpentine and amphibole minerals.
This paper describes the first application of NIR diffuse reflectance spectroscopy to the study of asbestos by: Infrared and Raman Spectroscopic Studies of Asbestos, Transite and Concrete. , DOI: /_ Victor F. Kalasinsky. Biomedical Applications of Infrared and Raman Microscopy.
Applied Spectroscopy Reviews31 (3), DOI: /Cited by: Raman spectroscopic studies of asbestos Author: Russell, K. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Bradford Current Institution: University of Bradford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Access from EThOS. An Infrared Spectroscopic Study of the Vapor Adsorption of Nitroglycerinand Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate on Chrysotile Asbestos [Michelle J.
Hanson] on *FREE* Raman spectroscopic studies of asbestos book on qualifying offers. Vibrational spectroscopies (Fourier Transform Infra Red, FTIR, and Raman) are exceptionally valuable tools for the identification and crystal–chemical study of fibrous minerals, and asbestos amphiboles in particular.
Raman spectroscopy has been widely applied in toxicological studies and thus a large corpus of reference data on regulated species is found in the by: 2. Raman spectroscopy was assessed for its ability to rapidly identify asbestos phases by submitting the amphiboles anthophyllite, amosite, crocidolite and tremolite to.
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In-Situ Spectroscopic Studies of Adsorption at the Electrode and Electrocatalysis is a new reference on in-situ spectroscopic techniques/applications, fundamentals of electrocatalysis at molecule level, and progresses within electrochemical surface science.
Presenting both essential background knowledge at graduate level and original research within the fields of spectroscopy. p-aminothiophenol (PATP) is an important molecule for surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). It can strongly interact with metallic SERS substrates and produce very strong SERS signals.
It is a molecule that has often been used for mechanistic studies of the SERS mechanism as the photon -driven charge transfer (CT) mechanism is believed to be Cited by: The aim of this work is to integrate preliminary X-ray diffraction and microscopic investigations on the secondary raw material described earlier with a detailed study on the product of transformation at C of friable chrysotile-asbestos.
Raman spectroscopy is one of the most useful tools for the analysis of two-dimensional (2D) materials. While MXenes are a very large family of 2D transition metal carbides and nitrides, there have been just a few Raman studies of materials from this family.
Here, we report on a systematic study of the most widely used and most important MXene to date: Ti3C2Tx. By Missing: asbestos. The use of the Raman technique is nowadays being widely spread in many scientific and industrial disciplines. The rise of this spectroscopy is due to the technology developed in some of its main components (the laser, charge-coupled device (CCD) sensors, gratings, filters, etc.), what reduces the cost of the equipment.
Characterization by Raman spectroscopy has long and Cited by: 4. This book shows the electronic, optical and lattice-vibration properties of the two-dimensional materials which are revealed by the Raman spectroscopy.
It consists Raman spectroscopy techniques, different kinds of two-dimensional materials and their physical g: asbestos. The Fe substitution to Mg and/or Si in the chrysotile structure appears important for asbestos asbestos Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups see more details health hazard investigation.
Infrared and Raman spectroscopic analyses have been utilized to investigate Mg and/or Si ions replacement by Fe ions in chrysotile structure as a Cited by: Raman Spectroscopy and its Application in Nanostructures is an original and timely contribution to a very active area of physics and materials science research.
This book presents the theoretical and experimental phenomena of Raman spectroscopy, with specialized discussions on the physical fundamentals, new developments and main features in low-dimensional systems of Raman g: asbestos.
The book begins by familiarizing the reader with the rheological characterization of crude oil and related products. Subsequent chapters are directed towards the current trends of different spectroscopic methods for the characterization of crude g: asbestos.
Abstract This chapter deals with the use of vibrational spectroscopies, i.e. FTIR and Raman, for the study of asbestos minerals. Both techniques have been appli. Raman spectroscopy has been used to study hydrous sulfate minerals of importance to planetary science.
These minerals are the mono- tetra- and heptahydrates of ferrous sulfate and minerals of the jarosite group including Na- K- and NH4-jarosite. Vibrational spectroscopies (Fourier Transform Infra Red, FTIR, and Raman) are exceptionally valuable tools for the identification and crystal-chemical study of fibrous minerals, and asbestos amphiboles in particular.
Raman spectroscopy has been widely applied in toxicological studies and thus a large corpus of reference data on regulated species is found in the literature. a Raman spectrum obtained on the chrysotile sample of Figure 1a. The spectrum is characterized by the follow-ing main bands, assigned according to the description of the vibrational bands in the IR spectra of the FIG.
1a. Secondary electron SEM image of the chrysotile studied by Raman spectroscopy. The flexibility of the constituent fibers is by: The European Conference on Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules (ECSBM) is the seventh in a biennial series of conferences devoted to the applications of molecular spectroscopy to biological molecules and related systems.
The interest of these conferences rests mainly on the relationshipMissing: asbestos.Toward a quantitative theoretical method for infrared and Raman spectroscopic studies on single-crystal electrode/liquid interfaces† Yuan Fang, a Jin-Chao Dong, a Song-Yuan Ding, * a Jun Cheng, a Juan Miguel Feliu, b Jian-Feng Li a and Zhong-Qun Tian aAuthor: Yuan Fang, Jin-Chao Dong, Song-Yuan Ding, Jun Cheng, Juan Miguel Feliu, Jian-Feng Li, Zhong-Qun Tian.