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Laboratory Shocked Feldspars

March 11, 2020. A new collection has been added to this bundle. The data_basalts collection contains the observational and ancillary data products for the basalt samples in the bundle. These data products are organized by sample type (Grand Falls basalt, SP Flow basaltic andesite) and data type (the image data, the spectral data, and the spectral cube data).

This bundle consists of data acquired from thin sections created from a suite of experimentally shocked plagioclase feldspars, and a basalt and basaltic andesite. The data products comprise (1) micro-Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) thermal infrared hyperspectral image cubes; (2) thermal infrared point spectra acquired with two different detectors (for the plagioclase samples only); (3) micro-Raman spectra; (4) microscope images of the thin sections in plane polarized and cross polarized light; and (5) microscope images of the locations of the Raman and thermal infrared point spectra. The thermal infrared and Raman spectroscopy demonstrate changes as a function of shock pressure. The data were provided by Jeff Johnson and Noam Izenberg (JHU Applied Physics Laboratory) and archived by the PDS Geosciences Node.

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Bundle root directory urn-nasa-pds-lab_shocked_feldspars
Data collection
(plagioclase samples)
data
Data basalts collection
(basalt samples)
data_basalts
Document collection document

 

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