Abstract

The ir spectral emission of a variety of minerals and rocks was measured at a specimen temperature of 20°C. A multiple-scan interference spectrometer was used. The samples were located within a cold-box during the measurements, the experimental arrangement thus simulating the conditions to be found in the field.

© 1966 Optical Society of America

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