X-Ray Powder Diffraction Identification of Illitic Materials

@article{rondo1984XRayPD,
  title={X-Ray Powder Diffraction Identification of Illitic Materials},
  author={Jan Śrondoń},
  journal={Clays and Clay Minerals},
  year={1984},
  volume={32},
  pages={337-349}
}
The 10-Å clay components of sedimentary rocks (“illites”) are commonly mixtures of 100% nonexpandable illite and an ordered illite/smectite mixed-layer mineral. If the proportion of the illite/ smectite in a mixture is sufficient to produce a measurable reflection between 33–35°2θ (CuKα radiation) that is noncoincident with an illite reflection, the ratio of component layers and type of interstratification for the mixed-layer mineral can be determined. The identification technique developed in… CONTINUE READING

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