Clay minerals and iron oxides-oxyhydroxides as fingerprints of firing effects in a limestone monument

@inproceedings{Dionsio2009ClayMA,
  title={Clay minerals and iron oxides-oxyhydroxides as fingerprints of firing effects in a limestone monument},
  author={Am{\'e}lia Dion{\'i}sio and M. Am{\'a}lia Sequeira Braga and Jo{\~a}o Carlos Waerenborgh},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Different Portuguese limestones- Encarnadao , Amarelo de Negrais , Lioz and Gresoso -have been widely used as building materials and ornamental stones in the architecture of Lisbon (Portugal) area. The aim of the study of those materials was focused on fire-induced stone damage, mainly on identifying the thermal transformations of clay minerals and iron oxides-oxyhydroxides. Taking into account an applied component to the cultural heritage, a special attention was given to one of the… CONTINUE READING