Her scientific interests lie mostly in Raman spectroscopy, Apatite, Mineralogy, Chemical engineering and Analytical chemistry. Jill D. Pasteris integrates Raman spectroscopy with Graphite in her research. Her Apatite research integrates issues from Crystallography and Tendon.
She has included themes like Staurolite and Peridotite, Kimberlite, Mineral redox buffer, Mantle in her Mineralogy study. She has researched Chemical engineering in several fields, including Chemical composition and Mineral composition. In the subject of general Analytical chemistry, her work in Microprobe is often linked to Spectroscopy, Kerogen and Marine bacteriophage, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Her main research concerns Raman spectroscopy, Mineralogy, Apatite, Geochemistry and Analytical chemistry. Her Raman spectroscopy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microprobe and Nanotechnology. Her studies in Microprobe integrate themes in fields like Petrography, Laser, Igneous rock and Laser raman.
Jill D. Pasteris performs integrative study on Mineralogy and Graphite in her works. Her work in the fields of Apatite, such as Fluorapatite, overlaps with other areas such as Hydroxylapatite and Bone mineral. Her Analytical chemistry research focuses on Characterization and how it connects with Composition.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Raman spectroscopy, Inorganic chemistry, Nanotechnology, Biomineralization and Tap water. Raman spectroscopy is a subfield of Analytical chemistry that Jill D. Pasteris explores. Her Inorganic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical engineering and Lead phosphate.
Her Biomaterial and Characterization study in the realm of Nanotechnology interacts with subjects such as Geobiology, Complex materials and Mechanosynthesis. Her Biomineralization research includes elements of Tissue engineering, Scaffold, Soft tissue and Anatomy. She combines subjects such as Portable water purification and Disinfectant with her study of Tap water.
Jill D. Pasteris mostly deals with Inorganic chemistry, Apatite, Divalent, Surface charge and Portable water purification. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallite, Chemical engineering, Biomineralization and Lattice constant. The various areas that Jill D. Pasteris examines in her Apatite study include Characterization, Nanotechnology and Biomaterial.
Jill D. Pasteris incorporates a variety of subjects into her writings, including Divalent, Particulates and Tap water.
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A mineralogical perspective on the apatite in bone
Brigitte Wopenka;Jill D. Pasteris.
Materials Science and Engineering: C (2005)
Structural characterization of kerogens to granulite-facies graphite: Applicability of Raman microprobe spectroscopy
Brigitte Wopenka;Jill Dill Pasteris.
American Mineralogist (1993)
Lack of OH in nanocrystalline apatite as a function of degree of atomic order: implications for bone and biomaterials.
Jill Dill Pasteris;Brigitte Wopenka;John J. Freeman;Keith Rogers.
Raman spectra of graphite as indicators of degree of metamorphism
Jill Dill Pasteris;Brigitte Wopenka.
Canadian Mineralogist (1991)
Functional Grading of Mineral and Collagen in the Attachment of Tendon to Bone
Guy M. Genin;Alistair Kent;Victor Birman;Brigitte Wopenka.
Biophysical Journal (2009)
Bone and Tooth Mineralization: Why Apatite?
Jill D. Pasteris;Brigitte Wopenka;Eugenia Valsami-Jones.
Natural fluid-deposited graphite: Mineralogical characteristics and mechanisms of formation
F. J. Luque;J. D. Pasteris;B. Wopenka;M. Rodas.
American Journal of Science (1998)
Necessary, but not sufficient: Raman identification of disordered carbon as a signature of ancient life.
Jill Dill Pasteris;Brigitte Wopenka.
Raman Spectroscopic Detection of Changes in Bioapatite in Mouse Femora as a Function of Age and In Vitro Fluoride Treatment
J.J. Freeman;B. Wopenka;M.J. Silva;J.D. Pasteris.
Calcified Tissue International (2001)
Development of a laser Raman spectrometer for deep-ocean science
Peter G Brewer;George Malby;Jill D Pasteris;Sheri N White.
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers (2004)
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