Structure of selected basic zinc/copper (II) phosphate minerals based upon near-infrared spectroscopy--implications for hydrogen bonding.

Abstract

The NIR spectra of reichenbachite, scholzite and parascholzite have been studied at 298 K. The spectra of the minerals are different, in line with composition and crystal structural variations. Cation substitution effects are significant in their electronic spectra and three distinctly different electronic transition bands are observed in the near-infrared… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.saa.2010.12.014

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@article{Frost2011StructureOS, title={Structure of selected basic zinc/copper (II) phosphate minerals based upon near-infrared spectroscopy--implications for hydrogen bonding.}, author={Ray L. Frost and Bharat Reddy and Sara J Palmer and Eloise C. Keeffe}, journal={Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy}, year={2011}, volume={78 3}, pages={996-1003} }