**TODO: describe the types of samples you measure and their type of spectra provided in SSHADE**

The MTA CSFK Database provides FTIR-ATR spectra of meteorites. The first meteorite which of data are obtained in SSHADE, is the Csátalja H5 chondrite, moderately shocked meteorite (S2-S5). The database contains shocked olivine, pyroxene, iron oxides (goethite), troilite, kamacite, chromite. These measurements were done combining electron microprobe and Raman spectroscopy. The most of spectra could have been provided in zipped excel files, which give possibility to view together the composition and Raman data together with FTIR data, and references for publication.

References for spectra and instrumental background:

Kereszturi, A., Gyollai, I., Kereszty, Z., Kiss, K., Szabó, M., Szalai, Z., Ringer, M. and Veres, M., 2017. Analyzing Raman–Infrared spectral correlation in the recently found meteorite Csátalja. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 173, pp.637-646.

Gyollai, I., Kereszturi, Á., Kereszty, Z., Szabó, M. and Chatzitheodoridis, E., 2017. Shock-induced alterations in the recently found H chondrite Csátalja meteorite and its implications. Central European Geology, 60(2), pp.173-200.

Kereszturi, A., Fintor, K., Gyollai, I., Kereszty, Z., Szabó, M.Z., Szalai, Z. and Walter, H., 2018. Shock heterogeneity and shock history of the recently found ordinary Csátalja chondrite in Hungary. Geological Quarterly, 62(2), pp.433-446.

  • sshade/databases/mtacsfk/samples.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/09/13 12:10
  • by Ildiko Gyollai