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Infrared Emissivity of Major Minerals Measured by FT-IR
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  • Journal title : Atmosphere
  • Volume 25, Issue 4,  2015, pp.601-610
  • Publisher : Korean Meteorological Society
  • DOI : 10.14191/Atmos.2015.25.4.601
 Title & Authors
Infrared Emissivity of Major Minerals Measured by FT-IR
Lee, Yu-Jeong; Park, Joong-Hyun; Lee, Kwang-Mog;
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 Abstract
This study measured the emissivity spectra of 5 major rock-forming minerals using a Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) spectrometer in the spectral region of . The mineral samples are quartz, albite, bytownite, anorthite, and sandstone. We compared emissivity spectra measured in this study with spectra provided by Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) and Arizona State University (ASU). The spectral features of emissivity such as Reststrahlen Band (RB) and Christiansen Feature (CF) locations were compared. Results showed that both CF and RB locations of emissivity spectra measured in this study were similar to those from ASTER and ASU. In the case of quartz, the RB was occurred in the region of and . The spectral position of emissivity peak was in good agreement with the location of ASTER and ASU. For plagioclase (albite, bytownite, and anorthite), the spectral location of CF was shifted toward larger wavenumber and the emissivity value was increased in the region of with Ca percentage. The CF of anorthite and bytownite was occurred at , and that of albite was occurred at . We also confirmed that emissivity feature of sandstone includes both emissivity features of quartz and calcite. However, there were some differences in the magnitude of emissivity and locations of RB and CF. These were due to the differences in measurement methods, and differences in particle size and temperature of samples.
 Keywords
FT-IR;infrared spectra;mineral composition;emissivity;laboratory measurement;
 Language
Korean
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