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What you see and what you get: combining near-infrared spectroscopy with powder diffraction

  • Helen E. Maynard-Casely (a1), Norman Booth (a1), Leo Anderberg (a2), Helen E.A. Brand (a3) and Daniel V. Cotton (a4) (a5)...

Abstract

Knowledge of the surface composition of planetary bodies comes from a number of sources; such as landers, remote sensing and meteorites. However, the bulk mapping of the composition of planetary surfaces has been undertaken by analysis of reflected sunlight and these data—principally collected in the near-infra-red (IR) region—are notoriously broad and ambiguous. Hence, if laboratory spectra could be tied to physical properties measurements, such as diffraction, this would substantially aid our understanding of processes occurring in these extra-terrestrial environments. This contribution presents the capability of collecting near-IR data at the same time as neutron and synchrotron X-ray diffraction in a range of conditions (low temperature, vacuum, and humidity variations) and highlights two examples where this capability could enhance our understanding of planetary surfaces.

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a) Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Electronic mail: helen.maynard-casely@ansto.gov.au

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