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Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society


The Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society is the official journal of the FMS. Published almost regularly on an annual basis, more technical than the UV Waves newsletter.

Only very few issues have been indexed…

Volume 30 (2010)

Glenn A. Waychunas (#665), "Analysis of the blue luminescence in benitoite - An example of a charge-transfer luminescent process", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2010, vol. 30, pp. 5-12.
Minerals: Benitoite
Localities:
  • California State Gem Mine, San Benito Co., California, USA
Glenn A. Waychunas (#665), "Analysis of the red luminescence in benitoite - Perhaps the first mineralogical example of Ti3+ activation", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2010, vol. 30, pp. 13-19.
Minerals: Benitoite
Localities:
  • California State Gem Mine, San Benito Co., California, USA
Axel Emmermann (#749), "Scheelite - Not necessarily blue!", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2010, vol. 30, pp. 21-25.
Minerals: Scheelite
Christoph Lenz (#1674), "Mn2+-activated cathodoluminescence of selected carbonate minerals - A short overview", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2010, vol. 30, pp. 27-.

Volume 32 (2012)

Glenn A. Waychunas (#665), "Investigation of the causes on luminescence in Terlingua-type (TT) calcite: a case forrare earth activation coupled with electronic defects", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2012, vol. 32, num. 0, pp. 5-14.
Minerals: Calcite
Localities:
Antonello Dallegno (#1845), Guido Mazzoleni (#1791), "A preliminary report: the glowing quartz from La Sassa, Tuscany, Italy", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2012, vol. 32, num. 0, pp. 15-37.
Minerals: Quartz
Localities:
  • La Sassa, Montecatini Val di Cecina, Pisa Province, Tuscany, Italy

Volume 36 (2017-2018)

Axel Emmermann (#749), "Photographing fluorescence in 405nm laser light", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2017-2018, vol. 36, num. 0, pp. 2-11.
Minerals:
Localities:
Jordan D. Marché II, "Hourglass gypsum: historical context and current perspectives", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2017-2018, vol. 36, num. 0, pp. 12-19.
Minerals: Gypsum
Localities:
Don Newsome (#14), "The Fluorescence Mineral Society hall of fame", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2017-2018, vol. 36, num. 0, pp. 20-22.
Howard Green (#1164), "Tugtupite from the Illimaussaq Complex, Greenland: a photo essay", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2017-2018, vol. 36, num. 0, pp. 23-40.
Minerals: Tugtupite
Localities:

Volume 37 (2019)

Christopher Clemens (#2011), "Fluorescent minerals of Cave-in-Rock, Illinois", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2019, vol. 37, num. 0, pp. 2-22.
Minerals: Alstonite, Barite, Benstonite, Calcite, Celestine, Fluorite, Hydrozincite, Paralstonite, Sphalerite, Stronzianite, Witherite
Localities:
  • Minerva No. 1 Mine, Cave-in-Rock, Hardin Co., Illinois, USA
  • Annabel Lee Mine, Hardin Co., Illinois, USA
Don Newsome (#14), "Fluorescent Mineral Society hall of fame", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2019, vol. 37, num. 0, pp. 23-26.
Axel Emmermann (#749), "Organic activators in minerals", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2019, vol. 37, num. 0, pp. 27-40.
Minerals: Idrialite, Carpathite, Mellite, Quartz, Gypsum, Fluorite

Volume 38 (2020)

Don Newsome (#14), "Minerals that Fluorescent Differently Under 222nm vs. 254nm Ultraviolet", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2020, vol. 38, num. 0, pp. 2-11.
Paul M. Adams, "Converting a Teaching Spectroscope into a Spectrometer: A tool for Distinguishing Fluorescent Uranyl Minerals", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2020, vol. 38, num. 0, pp. 12-21.
Glenn A. Waychunas (#665), "What the Heck is Afterglow? A Primer on Luminescence Mechanisms and Terminology", Journal of the Fluorescent Mineral Society, 2020, vol. 38, num. 0, pp. 22-47.


Last update: 25 November 2021