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Clay minerals

About: Clay minerals is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 10105 publications have been published within this topic receiving 271821 citations.


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12 Oct 1989
TL;DR: The nature and production of x-rays diffraction effects structures, composition, properties and occurences of clay minerals sample preparation techniques for clay minerals identification of individual clay minerals and associated mineral identification of mixed layered clay minerals quantitative analysis as mentioned in this paper.
Abstract: The nature and production of x-rays diffraction effects structures, composition, properties and occurences of clay minerals sample preparation techniques for clay minerals sample preparation techniques for clay minerals identification of individual clay minerals and associated minerals identification of mixed layered clay minerals quantitative analysis.

4,431 citations

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01 Jan 1982
TL;DR: The Hydrologic Cycle and Chemical Background of Natural Waters as mentioned in this paper, the Carbonate System and pH Control 5 Clay Minerals and Ion Exchange 6 Stability Relationships and Silicate Equilibria 7 Kinetics 8 Weathering and Water Chemistry, I: Principles 9 Water Chemistry Chemistry, II: Examples 10 Acid Deposition and Surface Water Chemistry 11 Evaporation and Saline Waters 12 The Oceans 13 Redox Eilibria 14 Redox Conditions in Natural Waters 15 Trace Elements 16 Mathematical and Numerical Models 17 Isotopes Appendices
Abstract: 1 The Hydrologic Cycle 2 Chemical Background 3 Organic Compounds in Natural Waters 4 The Carbonate System and pH Control 5 Clay Minerals and Ion Exchange 6 Stability Relationships and Silicate Equilibria 7 Kinetics 8 Weathering and Water Chemistry, I: Principles 9 Weathering and Water Chemistry, II: Examples 10 Acid Deposition and Surface Water Chemistry 11 Evaporation and Saline Waters 12 The Oceans 13 Redox Equilibria 14 Redox Conditions in Natural Waters 15 Trace Elements 16 Mathematical and Numerical Models 17 Isotopes Appendices

2,625 citations

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01 Sep 2004
TL;DR: Empirical and mechanistic model approaches for heavy metal adsorption and parameter determination in such models have been reviewed and Sorption mechanisms in soils, the influence of surface functional groups and surface complexation as well as parameters influencing adsorbption are discussed.
Abstract: The article focuses on adsorption of heavy metal ions on soils and soils constituents such as clay minerals, metal (hydr)oxides, and soil organic matter. Empirical and mechanistic model approaches for heavy metal adsorption and parameter determination in such models have been reviewed. Sorption mechanisms in soils, the influence of surface functional groups and surface complexation as well as parameters influencing adsorption are discussed. The individual adsorption behavior of Cd, Cr, Pb, Cu, Mn, Zn and Co on soils and soil constituents is reviewed.

1,698 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors used FTIR techniques to distinguish between different types of clay minerals and to derive information concerning their structure, composition and structural changes upon chemical modification, and the selection of the sampling technique used depended on the purpose of the study and on the physical state of the sample.

1,497 citations

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22 Apr 1983-Science
TL;DR: The intercalation of polynuclear hydroxy metal cations and metal cluster cations in smectites affords new pillared clay catalysts with pore sizes that can be made larger than those of conventional zeolite catalysts.
Abstract: Recent advances in the intercalation of metal complex cations in smectite clay minerals are leading to the development of new classes of selective heterogeneous catalysts. The selectivity of both metal-catalyzed and proton-catalyzed chemical conversions in clay intercalates can often be regulated by controlling surface chemical equilibria, interlamellar swelling, or reactant pair proximity in the interlayer regions. Also, the intercalation of polynuclear hydroxy metal cations and metal cluster cations in smectites affords new pillared clay catalysts with pore sizes that can be made larger than those of conventional zeolite catalysts.

1,456 citations


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No. of papers in the topic in previous years
YearPapers
2023478
2022979
2021337
2020358
2019342
2018352