By Werner Smykatz-Kloss, Slade S.J. Warne
The applying of thermal research is printed by way of 18 contributions, writtenby specialists within the numerous fields of geosciences. Emphasis used to be laid at the choice of minerals and technical items, kinetic parameters and calorific values in glass and ceramics know-how, characterization of uncooked fabrics (e.g. clays, commercial minerals), in qc and functionality evaluation, but additionally in atmosphere safety from soil and water toxins, utilizing re-evaluated present and new info and better mixed glossy equipment. This e-book is addressed to practitioners, scientistsand scholars in mineralogy/crystallography, utilized geology, fabric sciences, and environmental sciences.
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1951; HAUL & HEYSTEK, 1952; B ~ D I & KRAPF, 1976; OTSUKA, 1986). The first endotherm is believed to originate from the MgCO 3 component of the structure, the second from the breakdown of the remaining CaCO 3. , 1983; OTSUKA, 1986). 49 (WARNE& Dt~RAWSKI, 1987; DUBRAWSKI& WARNE, 1988a and 1988b). , 1983) by DTA, when these carbonates were heated in flowing N 2. The enthalpy of decomposition for each mineral was determined from the total peak area and found to decrease linearly with increasing Fe substitution.