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H. and Teller, E. (1932) Adsorption of gases in multimolecular layers. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 60, 309-319. , and Tessier, D. (1998) Changes in layer organisation of Na- and Ca-exchanged smectite materials during solvent exchanges for embedment in resin. The Canadian Mineralogist, 36, 1475 – 1483. J. W. (1991) Adsorption, surface area and porosity. , Academic Press, London, 303 pp. Ma, C. A. (1999) Surface layer types of kaolinite: a high-resolution transmission electron microscope study.
1999) Surface layer types of kaolinite: a high-resolution transmission electron microscope study. Clays and Clay Minerals, 47, 181 – 191. M. A. (1991) Weathering of granitic muscovite to kaolinite and halloysite and of plagioclase-derived kaolinite to halloysite. Clays and Clay Minerals, 39, 113 – 126. 1 INTRODUCTION In this chapter the physical effects of the nitrate treatment on the muscovite crystals are discussed. Moreover the main focus lies on the interactions of the di- and trivalent cations Al3+, Cu2+, Mg2+, Zn2+ with the mica structure.
G. , 1995). 2 show, the intercalation of the bi- and trivalent cations is no simple ion exchange mechanism of the interlayer potassium versus the new cations. However, no strong decrease of the 5 – MINERALOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION 41 potassium amount is detectable during the treatment. Thus it can be assumed, that the K+ as well as the Al3+-, Mg2+-, Cu2+-, or Zn2+-ions appear together in the interlayer region, which is one of the main reasons for its expansion. 2 Chemical data of the treated muscovites.
Spectroscopic investigations of delaminated and intercalated phyllosilicates by Frank Friedrich