A 29Si MAS NMR and IR spectroscopic investigation of synthetic pyrope-grossular garnet solid solutions

@article{Bosenick1995A2M,
  title={A 29Si MAS NMR and IR spectroscopic investigation of synthetic pyrope-grossular garnet solid solutions},
  author={Anne Bosenick and Charles A. Geiger and Torsten Schaller and Angelika Sebald},
  journal={American Mineralogist},
  year={1995},
  volume={80},
  pages={691 - 704}
}
The 29Si MAS NMR spectra of nine pyrope-grossular garnet solid solutions were recorded along with their mid and far infrared spectra. The 29SiMAS NMR spectra ofpyrope and grossular measured previously show one single resonance at -72.0 and -83.9 ppm, respectively. A maximum of up to 13 resonances were observed in composition PYsoGrso indicating that 29Si MAS NMR spectroscopy can record both first and second shell dodecahedral interactions in garnet. Complete resonance assignments were done by… 

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