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  1. The Gibbs free energy of formation of the Saint Claire dickite at 25 °C and 1 bar is 12 to 25 kJ/mol less negative than data obtained for kaolinite using the same and different techniqu This trend is unlikely to reverse at higher temperature and/or pressure in the range of kaolin mineral occurrenc...
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  3. 26-05-2021· Read Online Fourier Transform Raman Spectroscopy Of Kaolinite Dickite help Furthermore, the CD-ROM contains a comprehensive library of spectra for comparing data results with model compounds Unique in its successful interplay of text, software and pre-prepared data...
  4. Kaolin polytypes revisited ab initio , Kaolinite and dickite are the lowest-energy models at zero temperature and pressure, whereas nacrite and HP-dickite are the lowest-enthalpy models under moderate pressures based on a rough enthalpy/pressure graph built from numbers given in the supplementary tabl...
  5. 05-06-2019· Kaolinite, halloysite, dickite and nacrite are the four polytypes in the kaolin group Kaolins are valuable economic materials since they have diverse physicochemical and physical properties such as hydrophilic behavior, high dispersion, fire resistance and chemical inertness [ 2 ]...
  6. カオリン鉱物ポリタイプ(kaolinite, dickite, nacrite)の(001)面からのEBSDパターン(上)と、対応する菊池図形 Kogure, T, A Inoue and D Beaufort: "Polytype and morphology analyses of kaolin minerals by electron back-scattered diffraction", Clays Clay Miner, 53 (2005) 201-210...
  7. The Gibbs free energy of formation of the Saint Claire dickite at 25 °C and 1 bar is 12 to 25 kJ/mol less negative than data obtained for kaolinite using the same and different techniqu This trend is unlikely to reverse at higher temperature and/or pressure in the range of kaolin mineral occurrenc...
  8. Replacement of kaolinite by dickite has been observed to occur with increasing depth of burial in sandstones from three different basins on the Norwegian continental shelf In the Garn Formation (Middle Jurassic) of Haltenbanken, samples from 14-2-7 km below the sea floor (110°C) contain kaolinite, whereas deeper than 32 km (130°C) mainly dickite is present...
  9. 01-06-1998· Kaolinite-to-dickite reaction in sandstone reservoirs Clay Minerals (1998) 33,297-316 D B E A U F O R T , A C A S S A G N A B E R E , S P E T I T , B L A N S O N * , G B E R G E R * * , J C L A C H A R P A G N E t AND H J O H A N S E N ~t CNRS UMR 6532, Universit~ de Poitiers 40 A v du Recteur Pineau 86022 Poitiers Cedex, *LG1T IR1GM, Universitd J Fourier, CNRS - BP53, ,...
  10. 01-12-2004· The euhedral dickite with blocky habit has basal planes (001) and edge planes (110) perpendicular to each other, and it shows pseudo-hexagonal crystallites elongated in one direction Fourier transform infrared spectra at OH-stretching and far-infrared regions show that the dickitic mass contains a small proportion of kaolinite or nacrite, indicating interstratification or at least mixtures of ....
  11. Dickite (Al 2 Si 2 O 5 (OH) 4) is a phyllosilicate clay mineral named after the metallurgical chemist Allan Brugh Dick, who first described it It is chemically composed of 2090% aluminium, 2176% silicon, 156% hydrogen and 5578% oxygenIt has the same composition as kaolinite,...
  12. 01-12-2008· A higher amount of dickite present in the clay of weathered sandstone indicated that a kaolinite-to-dickite transformation occurs upon weathering X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy was also used to confirm the presence of a more thermally stable polymorph of the kaolinite in the sandstone PMID: 18406662 [Indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types:...
  13. ite and kaolinite (Fig 1) All dickite size fractions, except the,3 mm fraction, were kaolinite-free Only dickite, however, was found in this fraction after reaction at 200 8C for 10–11 days (compare the curves b and c in Fig 1) The grain size and specific surface area of the kaolin-ite and dickite samples used in this study, as measured ....
  14. Their intensity increased from kaolinite through halloysite to dickite (Fig 65) Johnston et al (1998) observed similar bands for dickite at 246 and 270 cm − 1 The most intense bands in the low wavenumber region of dickite and halloysite, attributed to a combination of Si–O deformations and octahedral sheet vibrations ( Michaelian, 1986 ) occurred at 340, 432 and 459 cm − 1 ...
  15. The Gibbs free energy of formation of the Saint Claire dickite at 25 °C and 1 bar is 12 to 25 kJ/mol less negative than data obtained for kaolinite using the same and different techniqu This trend is unlikely to reverse at higher temperature and/or pressure in the range of kaolin mineral occurrenc...
  16. KAOLINITE group (Kaolinit—Kaolinite—Каолинит) (Johnson, SW 1867), from the Chinese Kau-Ling, “high ridge” – the name of the hill near Jauchau-Fu, Jiangxi Prov, China, where the mineral was found Here also minerals of the kaolinite group are described: allophane, dickite, halloysite and gibbsite rocks composed with ....
  17. 01-12-2004· The euhedral dickite with blocky habit has basal planes (001) and edge planes (110) perpendicular to each other, and it shows pseudo-hexagonal crystallites elongated in one direction Fourier transform infrared spectra at OH-stretching and far-infrared regions show that the dickitic mass contains a small proportion of kaolinite or nacrite, indicating interstratification or at least mixtures of ....
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  19. Vietnam Laos Pak Pli , kaolinite, halloysite and dickite, has been investigated by Fourier transform in situ infrared emission spectroscopy over a temperature range of 100 to 800°C at both 50 ....
  20. Their intensity increased from kaolinite through halloysite to dickite (Fig 65) Johnston et al (1998) observed similar bands for dickite at 246 and 270 cm − 1 The most intense bands in the low wavenumber region of dickite and halloysite, attributed to a combination of Si–O deformations and octahedral sheet vibrations ( Michaelian, 1986 ) occurred at 340, 432 and 459 cm − 1 ...
  21. BY infra-red absorption analysis, it is possible to make a semi-quantitative estimation of the kaolin minerals In contrast to X-ray diffraction, the infrared spectrum of halloysite is as clearly ....
  22. Dickite: Bailey S W (1963) Polymorphism of the kaolin minerals American Mineralogist 48 1196-1209: 1963: 0: 293: 0003170: Dickite: Dera P, Prewitt C T, Japel S, Bish D L, Johnston C T (2003) Pressure-controlled polytypism in hydrous layered materials American Mineralogist 88 1428-1435: 2003: 0: 293: 0003171: Dickite...
  23. BY infra-red absorption analysis, it is possible to make a semi-quantitative estimation of the kaolin minerals In contrast to X-ray diffraction, the infrared spectrum of halloysite is as clearly ....
  24. Kaolin polytypes revisited ab initio , Kaolinite and dickite are the lowest-energy models at zero temperature and pressure, whereas nacrite and HP-dickite are the lowest-enthalpy models under moderate pressures based on a rough enthalpy/pressure graph built from numbers given in the supplementary tabl...
  25. Abstract The mechanism of kaolinite transformation into dickite has been investigating using 13 samples from the Frøy and Rind oil fields (Broad Fourteens basin, North Sea), 3 kaolinite specimens with different crystal order (KGa-2, Kaolinite API 17, Keokuk kaolinite), and 2 dickite-rich samples (Natural History Museum collection) Detailed analysis of XRD, thermal analysis, and SEM data show ....
  26. Kaolinite Al2Si2O5(OH)4 is an abundant and inexpensive geomaterial regarded as one of the most common clay minerals in the earth's crust and the most widespread phase among the other kaolin polymorphs (halloysite, dickite and nacrite) Structurally, it is a hydrous aluminum phyllosilicate member belonging to the dioctahedral 1:1 kaolin mineral group...
  27. kaolinite, dickite, and nacrite between 5 and 300 K were reported by Prost et aL (1987) Figure 2 shows the spectra of the stretching vibration of structural-OH groups of the JY and KR and the red and beige Ca- samance kaolinite samples, also at 5, 300, and 600 K For all these samples the ....
  28. The kaolinite-to- dickite reacti on is kin etically controlled and anomalies in th e kaolinite / dickite ratio observed in certain sandstone reservoirs m ay be used to assess the timing of ....
  29. hydroxyl orientation in kaolinite, dickite, and nacrite author giese rf jr; datta p dep geol sci, state univ new york, buffalo, buffalo, ny source amer ....
  30. Hydrogen and oxygen isotope and X-ray analyses were performed on kaolin minerals (kaolinite, dickite, and nacrite) and pyrophyllite from the Minamishiraoi and Inarizawa deposits of northern Japan Dickite, nacrite, and mica-rich mica/smectite mixed-layer minerals occur as envelopes around barite-sulfide orebodies in the footwall alteration zones of the Minamishiraoi and Inarizawa deposits ....