Data Handbook for Clay Materials and Other Non-metallic Minerals

  title={Data Handbook for Clay Materials and Other Non-metallic Minerals},
  author={Herman van Olphen and J. J. Fripiar},
Characterization and Valuation of a Clay Soil Sampled in Londéla-Kayes in the Republic of Congo
In order to characterize and enhance clay collected in Londela-kayes in the Republic of Congo, in this work, it was a question of proceeding to the mineralogical, physico-chemical, thermal and
Adsorption of phosphate by halloysite (7 Å) nanotubes (HNTs)
Abstract The adsorption and retention of phosphates in soil systems is of wide environmental importance, and understanding the surface chemistry of halloysite (a common soil clay mineral) is also of
Sorption of Neptunium on Clays and Clay Minerals — A Review
During recent decades, the search for possible repositories for high-level nuclear waste has yielded large amounts of sorption data for actinides on different minerals. Clays and clay minerals are of
A novel integrated approach to estimating hydrocarbon saturation in the presence of pore-lining chlorites
Pore-lining chlorites are often associated with a low-resistivity contrast between corresponding reservoir units, making the identification and quantitation of hydrocarbon-bearing intervals
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis of Changes in Dissolved Organic Matter Composition with Successive Layering on Clay Mineral Surfaces
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) chemistry and the potential for organic matter (OM) to self-associate with other OM components are important aspects of understanding the mechanisms of DOM sorption to
Characteristics of Clay-Abundant Shale Formations: Use of CO2 for Production Enhancement
Clay-abundant shale formations are quite common worldwide shale plays. This particular type of shale play has unique physico-chemical characteristics and therefore responds uniquely to the gas
Carbon dioxide (CO2) sorption to Na-rich montmorillonite at Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) P-T conditions in saline formations
Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in confined saline aquifers in sedimentary formations has the potential to reduce the impact of fossil fuel combustion on climate change by storing CO2
Determination of cation exchange capacity by one-step soil leaching column method
Many methods have been proposed for measuring exchangeable cations and cation exchange capacity (CEC) in soils. Most of these methods are multi-step operations, which are time-consuming and,