Mineral Analysis Books

  • Soil Mineralogy with Environmental Applications

    Few books achieve a connection between scientifc theory and real world environmental problems, but this one does. Generous use of color images, exercises, and case studies make it friendly for the classroom or non-mineralogist. Discover crystallography, surface chemistry, mineral-solution equilibria, organic matter, and soil mineral analysis. The ...

  • The Encyclopedia of Mineralogy

    The Encyclopedia of Mineralogy provides comprehensive, basic treatment of the science of mineralogy. More than 140 articles by internationally known scholars and research workers describe specific areas of mineralogical interest, and a glossary of 3000 entries defines all valid mineral species and many related mineral names. In addition to ...

  • Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals

    The Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals (QDF) is the most complete compilation of linked compositional and reflectance data available today. This, the third edition of the File, contains data in tabular form, organized alphabetically, one mineral to a page, supplemented by graphs of the reflectance spectra. ...

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