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The routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples. by H.C. Starkey [and others]

The routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples. by H.C. Starkey [and others]

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clay minerals

  • Edition Notes

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    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22017224M

    Clay mineralogical analysis is conducted with a fraction size of less than mm in diameter . clay analysis sampling: X-Ray diffraction of Clay, scanning electron microscopy clay minerals,clay testing, clay chemical properies, clay physical properties, swelling clay identification, clay quantification, XRD, SEM, clay pollution, clay testing, clay mininig, clay quarry, clay for tiles, ceramic clay, ceramic properties, clay properties, clay lab.

      The clay minerals e.g. kaolinite, smectite, illite, chlorite, etc. are ubiquitous in the targeting rocks of oil and gas exploration. During the early age (s) of worldwide oil exploration, clay minerals were studied to predict the quality of organic rick source rock and generation mechanism when scientists tried to investigate the origin of oil and gas (Grim, . A set of samples, including unfired and fired clays, was subjected to petrographic analysis (using a NIKON Eclipse 50i POL transmitted light microscope), in order to carried out mineralogical characterization. The samples were initially impregnated by immersion in a pot containing Epo-tek resin, mixed with blue dye powder.

    and K+ saturated samples were dehydrated by thermal treatment (2 hours at °, and °C). After each heat treatment, the samples were analysed by XRD between 2°° 2θ. - For a better redispersion and analysis of the fine clay fraction, the rest of the untreated samples .   Part of the Green Energy and Technology book series (GREEN) Abstract Clay minerals, a subgroup of the phyllosilicates, are a major and important type of .


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THE ROUTINE MINERALOGICAL ANALYSIS OF CLAY-BEARING SAMPLES By HARRY C. STARKEY, PAUL D. BLACKMON, and PHOEBE L. HAUFF ABSTRACT The procedures used for the routine identification of samples containing clay minerals involve the separation of the samples into micrometer-(-) size fractions: sand (>62 f-Lm}, silt (~2 f-Lm}, and clay (Cited by: Starkey, Harry C.

Routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harry C Starkey; Paul D Blackmon; Phoebe L Hauff; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Harry C Starkey; Paul D Blackmon; Phoebe L Hauff; Geological Survey (U.S.).

The routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples. H.C. Starkey; P.D. Blackmon This bulletin is a description of the equipment and procedures used for the mineralogical. The routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples. Article. Jan ; H.C.

Starkey; Two common ways of preparing samples for quantitative analysis are described in. Starkey and Paul Blackmon. Their methodology has been formalized in U.S. Geological Survey BulletinStarkey, H. C., Blackmon, P. D., and Hauff, P. L., in press, "The routine mineralogical analysis of clay-bearing samples," which may be available in late Other sections have been extracted from.

The objectives of this analysis are: 1. Identify the mineralogical analysis of clay samples. Determine the total amount of clay mineral and free quartz in the sample.

Chapter 10 T H E M I N E R A L O G I C A L A N A L Y S I S OF C L A Y T he crystalline by the m ineralogical p ow d er with m e th od various is c o mp o n e n t s of X-ray of a clay are mo st readily This is identified generally D iffere ntial such as t h e diffra ctio n analysis.

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