2 edition of Hydrous Phyllosilicates/Exclusive of Micas (Reviews in Mineralogy,) found in the catalog.
Hydrous Phyllosilicates/Exclusive of Micas (Reviews in Mineralogy,)
S. W. Bailey
by Mineralogical Society of America
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||725|
The most common/important rock-forming phyllosilicates Muscovite (White) MicaMuscovite (White) Mica – KAl 2 (AlSi 3 O 10)(OH) 2. (IMA generalised formula: IM 2 T 4 O 10 (OH) 2 Named after the Moscovy Region of Russia, which mined the mineral for window panes. Muscovite is monoclinic, biaxial negative with 2V = °. CiiiCommonly colourless. In the Phyllosilicates, rings of tetrahedrons are linked by shared oxygens to other rings in a two dimensional plane that produces a sheet-like lly, the sheets are then connected to each other by layers of cations. These cation layers are weakly bonded and often have water molecules and other neutral atoms or molecules trapped between the sheets.
J.D. Morris, J.G. Ryan, in Treatise on Geochemistry, Prograde Metamorphism and Mineralogy of the Subducting Plate. Early studies of hydrous minerals in subduction zones tended to focus on just a few minerals, with an emphasis on discontinuous dehydration reactions. Key phases were thought to be white mica (phengite) in the metamorphosed sediments, amphibole in the altered. Clay minerals refer to a group of hydrous aluminosilicates that predominate the clay-sized .
sized micas (1). Illite and glauconite (dioctahedral iron illites) are commonly associated with the clay-sized micas; however, the structures of these minerals are poorly defined and likely to be representative of a mixture of weathered micas. Expandable clay minerals exhibit a similar layer structure to that described for mica, but vary. McGrawHill Book Company, New York, pp. Google Scholar Komarneni, S. and Roy, R. () Hydrothermal transformations in candidate overpack materials and .
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At the time of that volume (), I mentioned that there was too much material available to attempt to cover all of the hydrous phyllosilicates in one volume. The micas were treated first because of their abundance in nature and the fact that more detailed studies had been carried out on them than on the rest of the phyllosilicates.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hydrous phyllosilicates. Washington, D.C.: Mineralogical Society of America, © (OCoLC) Book Review: Hydrous phyllosilicates (exclusive of Micas). Reviews in mineralogy, S.W.
Bailey (Editor). Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, D.C., Cited by: 8. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hydrous phyllosilicates. Washington, D.C.: Mineralogical Society of America, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Since was too much material available to attempt to cover all of the hydrous phyllosilicates in one volume, the micas were treated first because of their abundance in nature and the fact that many detailed studies had been carried out on them.
The serpentines, kaolins, smectites, chlorites. Book Review: Hydrous phyllosilicates (exclusive of micas). Edited by S. Bailey. Reviews in Hydrous Phyllosilicates/Exclusive of Micas book, vol. Mineralogical Society of America,p., $ (ISBN ).
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Natural phyllosilicates, known as clays, such as montmorillonite (MMT) with a chemical structure of (Na, Ca) (Al, Mg) 2 (Si 4 O 10)(OH) 2n H 2 O is a type layered silicates consisting of packets of two tetrahedral silicate layers and an octahedral with adjacent margins.
This book will be useful to undergraduate students of mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry, especially those at third or fourth year, engaged in more advanced courses or specialized projects, and also as a reference work for students for ‘Masters’ degrees by taught courses or research.
Hydrous Phyllosilicates (Exclusive of Micas. HYDROUS PHYLLOSILICATES (exclusive of micas) s.W. Bailey, editor The authors and series editor: S.W. BaiIey Dept ofGeology & Geophysics University ofWisconsin Madison. Wisconsin R.G. Berman Dept ofGeological Seiences University ofBritish Columbia Vancouver, BC.
Canada V6T IW5 L.T. Bryndzia DeptofGeological Seiences Northwestem University. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Clays in the Minerals Processing Value Chain. Edited by S. (ed.) Hydrous Phyllosilicates (Exclusive of Micas).
Madison, WI: Mineralogical Society. Willis, J., Feather, C. & Turner, K. Guidelines for XRF Analysis. Cape Town: James. Phyllosilicates form a large group of minerals that includes, among others, micas, smectites, and kaolinites.
Their basic characteristic feature is the layered structure, and their formation can take place at the surface (e.g., in soils or sediment) or subsurface (diagenesis and. Soc. of America, Washington D.C.,pp.
S.W. Bailey (editor): Hydrous Phyllosilicates (exclusive of micas). Review in Mineralogy, vol. Bailey S.W. () - “Hydrous Phyllosilicates(exclusive of micas)”. Reviews in Mineralogy, vol. 19, Mineralogical Society of America, ‘p. Google Scholar.
“Structures and compositions of other trioctahedral phyllosilicates,” in Hydrous Phyllosilicates (Exclusive of Micas), edited by S. Bailey, Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 19 (Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, DC), pp. – Bailey, S.W. () Hydrous Phyllosilicates (Exclusive of Micas).
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The effect of the redox state of structural Fe on the surface reactivity of iron-bearing phyllosilicates in aqueous suspension was investigated using a molecular probe. Hydrous Phyllosilicates (Exclusive of Micas), Mineralogical Society of America, Washington () Google Scholar.
Micas and other Phyllosilicates. Thomas A. Loomis Dakota Matrix Minerals. The eight most abundant elements which constitute 98% of Earth’s crust are: oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, and same elements combine to form a majority of the minerals in the mica.
The phyllosilicates, or sheet silicates, are an important group of minerals that includes the micas, chlorite, serpentine, talc, and the clay minerals. Because of the special importance of the clay minerals as one of the primary products of chemical weathering and one of the more abundant constituents of sedimentary rocks, they will be.
Güven N Hydrous Phyllosilicates (Exclusive of Mica) vol 19 ed Bailey S W (Washington DC: mieralogical Society of America) chapter 13 p –  Michot L J, Bihannic I, Maddi S, Funari S, Baravian C, Levitz P and Davidson P Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 44. the book ’s tone and structure if I did not also hav e qualms.
hydrous phyllosilicates (exclusive of micas) October J. Zussman; Hydrous Phyllosilicates (other than Micas), Reviews.The distribution of octahedral cations in the two component layers of a 7 Å–14 Å interstratified mineral with a bulk chemical composition (Fe 2+ Mg Mn Al )(Si Al ) O 10 (OH) 8 was investigated using high-angle annular dark field scanning transmission electron microscopy (HAADF-STEM) in combination with the image simulations.Journals & Books; Help; Sedimentary Geology.
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