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A synthetic montmorillonite contained 2160 ppm B when precipitated from a solution containing 5 ppm B and having a pH of . The fixation of B by the synthetic clay mineral is greatly reduced by a high - HCO 3 concentration in the solution . March 1979 · Sedimentary Geology.
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Velde B. Developments in sedimentology 21. INTRODUCTION Choice of Information Chemical Coordinates for Clay Mineral Assemblages Clay Mineral Names and Structures Chemical Systems Chemical Potential; Inert and Mobile Components Stability and Meta-Stability. Galan E. and Theng . Structures and mineralogy of clay minerals. pdf. 1 МБ. добавлен 2. 6.
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