metahalloysite

metahalloysite

[¦med·ə·hə′lȯi‚sīt]
(geology)
A term used in Europe for the less hydrous form of halloysite. Also known as halloysite in the United States.
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Equatorial and tropical weathering of recent basalts from Cameroon: allophanes, halloysite, metahalloysite, kaolinite and gibbsite, pp.
and Sarikaya, Y.: 2007, Some thermal characteristics of a mineral mixture of Palygorskite, metahalloysite, magnesite and dolomite.
Sieffermann G, Millot G (1969) Equatorial and tropical weathering of recent basalts from Cameroon: allophane, halloysite, metahalloysite, kaolinite and gibbsite.
Equatorial and tropical weathering of recent basalts from Camerroon: allophanes, halloysite, metahalloysite, kaolinite and gibbsite, pp.
Fully hydrated halloysite has [d.sub.001] spacing of 10.1 [Angstrom] and metahalloysite has [d.sub.001] spacing between 7.2-7.7 [Angstrom].
pseudomonoclinic kaolinite, metahalloysite) or they are regularly shifted relative to each other--"ordered structures".
and Robinson, K.: 1948, X-ray studies of halloysite and metahalloysite. Mineralogical Magazine, 28, 393-406.