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Magnesian Clays
Characterization, Origin & Applications

AIPEA Educational Series - Publication No.2

Editors: Manuel Pozo & Emilio Galán

Lectures held at the
2nd AIPEA School for Young Scientists
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 6-7, 2013
Digilabs Pub., Bari, Italy - pp. 380 + XII
ISBN: 978-88-7522-093-6
ISSN: 2283-687X

The book is an overview and update on the main issues related to magnesian clays. It is accessible to students, providing the basics and the latest information on the several topics and including key literature references.

CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Mg-rich clay minerals: Structure and composition (Stephen Guggenheim)
2. Methodology for the identification and characterization of magnesian clays (Emilio Galán and Patricia Aparicio)
3. Geology of magnesian clays in sedimentary and non-sedimentary environments (José Pedro Calvo and Manuel Pozo)
4. Magnesian clay deposits: Mineralogy and origin (Manuel Pozo and Emilio Galán)
5. Madrid Basin (Spain): a natural lab for the formation and evolution of magnesian clay minerals (Manuel Pozo and José Pedro Calvo)
6. Geochemical pathways to Mg-silicate formation (Nicholas Tosca)
7. Properties and applications of magnesian clays (Julio Santarén)


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Interstratified Clay Minerals
Origin, Characterization & Geochemical Significance

AIPEA Educational Series - Publication No.1

Editors:
Saverio Fiore, Javier Cuadros & F. Javier Huertas

Lectures held at the
1st AIPEA School for Young Scientists
University of Bari, Italy, June 12-13, 2009
Digilabs Pub., Bari, Italy - pp. 175
2nd edition (2013) ISBN: 978-88-7522-046-4
ISSN: 2283-687X

Hard copy sold out (copies printed on demand: € 40.00, international shipping included)

E-copy free of charge - mail info@aipea.org

The book is an overview and update on the main issues related to interstratified (or mixed-layer) clay minerals, with a clear educational scope. It is accessible to students, providing the basics and the latest information on the several topics and including key literature references.

CONTENTS
Introduction to Mixed-Layer Clay Minerals
(J. Cuadros, S. Fiore and F.J. Huertas)
Crystal-Chemistry of Mixed-Layer Clays
(J. Cuadros)
Identification and Characterization of Mixed-Layer Clay Minerals by means of XRD of Oriented Clay Mounts
(A. Plançon)
Formation Mechanisms of Mixed-Layer Clay Minerals
(A. Meunier)
Identification and Characterization with Microscopic Methods
(F. Nieto and X. Arroyo)
Identification and Characterization of Interstratified Clay Minerals with Spectroscopic and other Classical Methods
(P. Komadel and J. Madejová)
Interstratified Clay Minerals in the Weathering Environment (R.E. Ferrell, Jr., P. Aparicio and J. Forsman)
Evolution of Mixed-Layer Clay Minerals in Prograde Alteration Systems (Jan Srodon)

 

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