NATURE OF MIXED-LAYER CLAYS AND MECHANISMS OF THEIR FORMATION AND ALTERATION

@inproceedings{rodo1999NATUREOM,
  title={NATURE OF MIXED-LAYER CLAYS AND MECHANISMS OF THEIR FORMATION AND ALTERATION},
  author={Jan Środoń},
  year={1999}
}
▪ Abstract Mixed-layer clay minerals are intermediate products of reactions involving pure end-member clays. They come from natural environments ranging from surface to low-grade metamorphic and hydrothermal conditions. Most often mixed layering is essentially two component, but more complicated interstratifications have also been documented. Variable tendency to form regular 1:1 interstratifications has been observed and explanations of this phenomenon have been proposed. Mixed-layer clays are… CONTINUE READING

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