collection of 3087 Raman spectra of minerals, provided by
project from University of Arizona. For many mineral species, there
are several entries, which allows to get an impression for the intra-
and inter-species spectral variations.
A speed comparison of Spectragryph against their free CrystalSleuth
software, showed Spectragryph to perform 9x faster, while
doing the search with full resolution for all spectra (spectral
of 881 NIR-MIR-FIR reflectance spectra of rocks and minerals,
as provided by the U.S.
Geological survey (USGS Digital
Spectral Library as version splib06a,
section M, currently there is version 7).
of 363FTIR absorbance of natural & biogenic material of archeological
interest. Collected and provided by Prof. Steven Weiner from
Center for Archaeological Science, Weizmann Institute of Science,
of 35 FTIR transmittance spectra of glues, gums and resins
used by painters. Downloaded in 2004 from http://www.archaeometrielabor.com,
which is now defunct.
spectra of 55 common pigments, both natural and synthetic, known
to have been in use before ~1850 AD . Compiled by Ian M. Bell, Robin
J.H. Clark and Peter J. Gibbs Christopher Ingold Laboratories, University
College London, UK. Downloaded from http://www.chem.ucl.ac.uk/resources/raman/
of 24 solid state Raman spectra of carbohydrates from the
monomers and their derivatives to complex polysaccharides. Compiled
by S.B.Engelsen from Royal
Vet. and Agricultural University, Denmark
of 144 FTIR spectra of organic solvents, monomers and additives
used in polymer chemistry. Compiled by Dr. R. Badger at University
of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for his Polymer
Science Learning Center
of 300 absorbance and fluorescence spectra of organic dyes,
as provided with the PhotochemCAD
software by Jonathan Lindsey. Retrieved from http://omlc.org/spectra/PhotochemCAD/html/index.html