Click to in the Raman spectrum. To see the vibrations click on one of them (highlight region) and it (the selected vibration) will appear on the right side of the Raman spectrum. Below spectra are various settings, and other vibrations of malachite (which are not present in this spectrum).
The most intense Raman lines, corresponding to the ν 1 symmetric stretching vibration of the sulfate group were found at 992 cm-1 for melanterite and 1024 cm-1 for bieberite.The ν 2 mode of sulfate group was found at 457 cm-1 and 480 cm-1 in ferrous sulfate, and at 423 cm-1 and 495 cm-1 in bieberite; the ν 3 mode presents lines at 1074 cm-1 and 1146 cm-1, respectively at 1069 cm-1 and 1181
Raman Data Search and Storage (RDSS) software were developed as an analytical tool for a fast and accurate identification of unknown minerals by comparison of their spectra with the indexed library of data.A search function was implemented to enable users to find a specific peak value. Using the asterisk character (*) as a placeholder for one or more unknown peak value(s), the software will
rdrs.ro project description & features. Welcome to the Romanian Database of Raman Spectroscopy website. This project represents a database which was created as part of the grant entitled “The study of pigments from the artifacts and fresca of certain monasteries using Raman spectrography”, code CNCSIS ID
American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database Record: [view record (1973) Optical absorption spectra of Cu 2+ in chalcanthite and Frost R L, Martens W N, Rintoul L, Mahmutagic E, Kloprogge J T (2002) Raman spectroscopic study of azurite and malachite at 298 and 77 K, Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 33, 252-259
Welcome to the RRUFF Project website containing an integrated database of Raman spectra, X-ray diffraction and chemistry data for minerals.
rdrs.uaic.ro: Romanian Database of Raman Spectroscopy Home for minerals and pigments Raman spectra The Romanian Database of Raman Spectroscopy website contains mineral species (natural and synthetic) with description of crystal structure, sample image, number of sample, origin, Raman
2017-7-9 · Spectroscopy Ninja: free optical spectroscopy software Spekwin32. Multi-format spectrum viewer. Conversion, visualisation and parallel processing of multiple UV-VIS, NIR, FTIR, IR, Raman and fluorescence spectra from many different file formats, e. g. JCAMP-DX, Thermo Galactic GRAMS spc, JASCO, Shimadzu, Ocean Optics, CSV, ASCII, Varian Cary 50, Perkin Elmer, Avantes Avasoft,