hydrogarnet

hydrogarnet

[¦hī·drō′gär·nət]
(mineralogy)
One of a group of minerals having the general formula A3B2(SiO4)3-x (OH)4 x ; isomorphous with certain garnets.
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The calcium aluminate is as soluble as the C3S and it reacts rapidly to form a mineral called hydrogarnet.
Hydrothermal synthesis of hydrogarnet and tobermorite at 175 [grados]C from kaolinite and metakaolinite in the CaO-[Al.
Carlson, Hydrogarnet formation in the system lime-alumina-water, J.
The Rodingite dykes' origin is those same gabbro dykes of the region so that during Serpentinisation of Pridotites, the Calcium product of the phenomenon has invaded the gabbro dykes, resulting in formation of Garnet and Hydrogarnet.
loam in the raw mix is fixed hydrogarnets formation, the number of which with increasing content of rocks, judging by the increase in the intensity of the endothermic effect at 340 [degrees]C and reflections 5,00, 2,75, 2,00 [Angstrom], increases (see Fig.
Solid-state 27Al and 29Si NMR investigations on Si-substituted hydrogarnets.