John J. Freeman

Research Scientist, 1999-2009

Publications (while working with Professor Alian Wang)
  1. John J. Freeman, Alian Wang, Karla E. Kuebler and Larry A. Haskin (2008), Characterization of Natural Feldspar by Raman Spectroscopy for Future Planetary Exploration, Canadian Mineralogist 46 (6), 1477-1500.
  2. John J. Freeman, Alian Wang, Z. C. Ling (2009), Ferric Sulfates on Mars: Mission Observations and Laboratory Investigations, abstract #2284 for 40th Lunar & Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston
  3. John J. Freeman, Alian Wang (2009), Hydrated Magnesium Sulfates below 0 °C — Stable Phases and Polymorphs, abstract#2301 for 40th Lunar & Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston
  4. John J. Freeman, Michael Jin, Alian Wang (2008), D2O Substitution Experiment on Hydrated Iron and Magnesium Sulfates & its Application for Spectral Interpretation of Martian Sulfates, Abstract #2390 for XXXVIIII Lunar & Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston.
  5.  John J. Freeman, Alian Wang, James Lambert (2008) , An Active Source, NIR, Reflectance Spectrometer in a Rover Wheel, Water-Wheel IR (WIR), for Soil Characterization in Future Mars Surface Exploration. Abstract #2190 for 39th Lunar & Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston
  6. John J. Freeman, Alian Wang, Bradley L. Jolliff, (2007), MgSO411H2O – Powder XRD, Raman, and VIS-NIR Spectroscopic Characterization. Abstract #1197 for XXXVIII Lunar & Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston. 
  7. John J. Freeman, Alian Wang, Bradley L. Jolliff, (2007), Pathways to Form Kieserite from Epsomite at mid-low Temperatures.  Abstract #1298 for XXXVIII Lunar & Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston
  8. Freeman J., Wang A., Kuebler K. E., Haskin L. A. (2003), Raman Spectroscopic Characterization of the Feldspars – Implications for In Situ Surface Mineral Characterization in Planetary Exploration. Abstract #1676, 34th LPSC.
Current Position: Happily retired 🙂