Interactive IRUG Spectrum

Details

IRUG filename:
IMP00437
Data type:
Infrared
IRUG material class:
Minerals and pigments (MP)
Sample type:
Reference material
Common name(s):
Trona
Chemical/botanical name(s):
Acid carbonate (class), thermonatrite (mineral group)
Sample source 1:
Natron Lakes
Source location 1:
Egypt
Sample source 2:
British Museum
Source location 2:
Great Russell Street, London, WC1B-3DG, UK
Sample identifier 2:
BM59235
Sample source 3:
The Natural History Museum, National Museums of Scotland
Source location 3:
Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD, UK, Edinburgh, UK
Color:
Colorless
Other:
Spectrum is identical to that of synthetic sodium sesquicarbonate
Application:
Transmission FTIR spectroscopy
Mode:
Tran
Literature Reference:
Jones, G. C., and B. Jackson. Infrared Transmission Spectra of Carbonate Minerals. London: Chapman & Hall, 1993., Maglione, G., and M. Carn. "Spectres Infrarouges Des Mineraux Slins Et Des Silicates Neoformes Dans Le Bassin Tchadien (Infrared Spectra of Saline and Silicate Minerals from the Chad Basin)." Fr., Off. Rech. Sci. Tech. Outre Mer, Cah., Ser. Geol. 7 (1975): 3-9., Ryskin, Ya. I. "The Vibrations of Protons in Minerals: Hydroxyl, Water and Ammonium." The Infrared Spectra of Minerals. Ed. V. C. Farmer. Monograph 4 ed. London: Mineralogical Society of London, 1974. 137-81., White, W. B. "The Carbonate Minerals." The Infrared Spectra of Minerals. Ed. V. C. Farmer. Monograph 4 ed. London: Mineralogical Society of London, 1974. 227-84.
Originating institution name:
Natural History Museum, National Museums of Scotland
Originating institution acronym:
NHM
Molecular formula:
C2H5Na3O8
Linear formula:
Na3(CO3)(HCO3)*2H2O
Other analytical methods:
EDS, SEM, XRD (8149F NHM std=troma (+ trace quartz))