5 edition of Clays and clay minerals in natural and synthetic systems, by Bruce Velde found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QE 389 .625 V44 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. ill.|
|Number of Pages||218|
I am so TOTALLY STOKED by Velde's book! At last, an introduction to clays that does not assume a great amount of prior, detailed knowledge of clays & mineralogy! Velde carefully explains the basic concepts without assuming too much prior knowledge on the reader's part nor does Velde treat the reader like an s: 2. 11 Origin of Clay Minerals “The contact of rocks and water produces clays, either at or near the surface of the earth” (from Velde, ). Rock +Water → Clay For example, The CO2 gas can dissolve in water and form carbonic acid, which will become hydrogen ions H+ and bicarbonate ions, and make water slightly acidic.
Clay mineral - Clay mineral - Origin: All the clay minerals, with the possible exception of halloysite, have been synthesized from mixtures of oxides or hydroxides and water at moderately low temperatures and pressures. Kaolinite tends to form in alumina-silica systems without alkalies or alkaline earths. Illite is formed when potassium is added to such systems. Bruce B. Velde, Alain Meunier. The Origin of Clay Minerals in Soils and Weathered Rocks, Sрringеr, , ISBN: , p. This book aims to further a better understanding of such mechanisms, and it is thus destined for an audience of ecologists, pedologists, agronomists and other researchers involved in earth surface science.
Clays and clay minerals have been mined since the Stone Age; today they are among the most important minerals used by manufacturing and environmental industries. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) supports studies of the properties of clays, the mechanisms of clay formation, and the behavior of clays during weathering. Clays form flat hexagonal sheets similar to the minerals are common weathering products (including weathering of feldspar) and low-temperature hydrothermal alteration products. Clay minerals are very common in soils, in fine-grained sedimentary rocks such as shale, mudstone, and siltstone and in fine-grained metamorphic slate and phyllite.. Clay minerals .
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Search in this book series. Clays and Clay Minerals in Natural and Synthetic Systems. Edited by B. Velde. Vol Pages iii-iv, () Download full volume. Previous volume. Next volume. Actions for selected chapters. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Introduction to Clay Minerals is designed to give a detailed, concise and clear introduction to clay mineralogy.
Using the information presented here, one should be able to understand clays and their mineralogy, their uses and importance in modern life. Basics for the Study of Soil and Weathered Rock Geochemical Systems.
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Pages Velde, Bruce (et al.). Velde's book. Velde strongly advocates a ternary phase diagram approach to clay-mineral assemblages that is directly analogous to the approaches of meta- morphic petrology.
Problems of stability and metasta- bility are discussed, and the geochemistry and asso- ciations of the major clay minerals are reviewed.
The Origin of Clay Minerals in Soils and Weathered Rocks Bruce B. Velde, Alain Meunier Of huge relevance in a number of fields, this is a survey of the different processes of soil clay mineral formation and the consequences of these processes concerning the soil ecosystem, especially plant and mineral.
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Newman,London: Mineralogical Society Monographs. - Velde, B. and R. Couty, High-pressure infrared spectra of silica glass and quartz, J Non Cryst Solids, 94,doi/S ABSTRACT. Differential settling velocities of individual clay mineral types and clay mineral mixtures in quiet saline water are reported for ocean water chlorinity range %0, brackish water ionic strength range moles—(unit charge)2/kg, temperature range °, clay mineral concentration range g/1., and pH range About CMS CMS is an international organization devoted to the study of clays and clay minerals.
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OUTLINE OF TOPIC 3: ORIGIN OF CLAY MINERALS CLAY MINERALS ATOMIC STRUCTURE Basic Structural Units TYPES OF CLAY MINERALS: 1) Silicate Clays (crystalline): a) Kaolinite b) Halloysite c) Smectite d) Illite e) Vermiculite f) Chlorite g) Attapulgite (Chain Structure Clay Minerals) h) Mixed Layer Clays 2) Sesquioxide/oxidic clays 3) Amorphous clays.
The topics discussed are: *Clays in industry and the environment *Surface and interlayer reactions *Clay mineral structures and chemistry *Methods of investigation *Clays in geology *Soil mineralogy The emphasis of this book reflects the vital role that clays play in controlling natural, polluted and technological environments.
Clays minerals form and transform in many different environments at the Earth’s surface or sub-surface such as soils, weathered rocks, oceanic and continental hydrothermal systems.Origin and Mineralogy of Clays: Clays and the Environment - Ebook written by Bruce Velde.
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