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EMU Notes in Mineralogy

The EMU Notes in Mineralogy present in a condensed form an up-to-date overview of a single topic of interest to the broader geoscience community. The volumes may be accompanied by a summer school.
The Notes in Mineralogy are co-published by the European Mineralogical Union and the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.  

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Volumes 8–18

Vol. 8 (2010): Nanoscopic approaches in Earth and planetary sciences (F. Brenker and G. Jordan, editors)

Vol. 9 (2010): Industrial minerals: significance and important characteristics (G. Christidis, editor)

Vol. 10 (2010): Ion partitioning in ambient-temperature aqueous systems (M. Prieto and H. Stoll, editors)

Vol. 11 (2011): Layered mineral structures and their application in advanced technologies (M.F. Brigatti and A. Mottana, editors)

Vol. 12 (2012): Raman Spectroscopy applied to Earth Sciences and Cultural Heritage (J. Dubessy, M.C. Caumon and F. Rull, editors)

Vol. 13 (2013): Environmental Mineralogy II (D.J. Vaughan and R.A. Wogelius, editors)

Vol. 14 (2013): Minerals at the Nanoscale (F. Nieto and K.J.T. Livi, editors)

Vol. 15 (2015): Planetary Mineralogy (M.R. Lee and H. Leroux, editors)

Vol. 16 (2017) Mineral reaction kinetics: Microstructures, textures, chemical and isotopic signatures (W. Heinrich and R. Abart, eds)

Vol. 17 (2017) Redox-reactive Minerals: Properties, Reactions and Applications in Clean Technologies (I.A.M. Ahmed and K.A. Hudson-Edwards, editors)

Vol. 18 (2017) Mineral fibres: Crystal chemistry, chemical-physical properties, biological interaction and toxicity (A.F. Gualtieri, editor)

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Volumes 1-7: information is available from the following links:

Vol. 1 (1997): Modular aspects of minerals (448 pages) (S. Merlino, ed.)

Vol. 2 (2000): Environmental mineralogy (434 pages) (D.J. Vaughan and R. Wogelius, eds.)

Vol. 3 (2001): Solid solutions in silicate and oxide systems (465 pages) (C.A. Geiger, ed.)

Vol. 4 (2002): Energy modelling in minerals (C. Gramaccioli, ed.)

Vol 5 (2003): Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism (D.A. Carswell & R. Compagnoni. eds.)

Vol 6 (2004): Spectroscopic methods in mineralogy (A. Beran & E. Libowitzky, eds.)

Vol 7 (2005): Mineral behaviour at extreme conditions (R. Miletich, ed.)

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