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Kalashnyk, N., Perry, D. L., Massuyeau, F. & Faulques, E. (2017) Spectroscopy and DFT studies of uranyl carbonate, rutherfordine, UO2CO3: a model for uranium transport, carbon dioxide sequestration, and seawater species. Journal of Physics D-Applied Physics, 50 505501. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1088/1361-6463/aa968a
Clé BibTeX: Kalashnyk2017a
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Catégories: IMN, INTERNATIONAL, MIOPS
Créateurs: Faulques, Kalashnyk, Massuyeau, Perry
Collection: Journal of Physics D-Applied Physics
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Résumé     
Several optical microprobe experiments of the anhydrous uranium carbonate-rutherfordine- are presented in this work and compared to periodic density functional theory results. Rutherfordine is the simplest uranyl carbonate and constitutes an ideal model system for the study of the rich uranium carbonate family relevant for environmental sustainability. Micro-Raman, micro-reflectance, and micro-photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy studies have been carried out in situ on native, micrometer-sized crystals. The sensitivity of these techniques is sufficient to analyze minute amounts of samples in natural environments without using x-ray analysis. In addition, very intense micro-PL and micro-reflectance spectra that were not reported before add new results on the ground and excited states of this mineral. The optical gap value determined experimentally is found at about 2.6-2.8 eV. Optimized geometry, band structure, and phonon spectra have been calculated. The main vibrational lines are identified and predicted by this theoretical study. This work is pertinent for optical spectroscopy, for identification of uranyl species in various environmental settings, and for nuclear forensic analysis.
  
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