Vicente M., Meyer A., Gonzalez E., Banares A., Gandia L., Gil A.: "Dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene on alumina-chromia-pillared saponites
Porous oncolitic limestone shows the effects of circulating hydrothermal fluids up to 20 m away from the contact, with increasing contents in dolomite, amorphous silica and saponite
. Yet relatively impervious marly intervals exhibit no significant mineralogical changes except for the substitution of calcite by dolomite.
Acid activation of a ferrous saponite
(griffithite): Physicochemical characterization and surface area of the products obtained.
, hectorite, and synthetic mica were used to synthesize clay mineral-nylon-6 hybrid materials.
Le seul changement architectural important coincide avec l'arrivee du peuple du Dorset tardif ayant mis en valeur des couloirs triangulaires distinctifs et des supports a lampes en saponite
Moreover, the study explains that talc is present in close proximity to the carbonate locations - rather than previously suggested saponite
- and talc-carbonate alteration of high-Mg precursor rocks has taken place.
These minerals include both natural clays(e.g., MMT, hectorite, and saponite
) and synthesized clays (e.g., fluorohectorite, laponite, and magadiite) while MMT and hectorite are the most widely used.
Among the new entries are aluminum hydroxide adjuvant, disodium edetate, ethyl lactate, hectorite, lactose spray dried, lauric acid, linoleic acid, raffinose, and saponite
. The entries, which are organized alphabetically, each contain a list of nonproprietary names and synonyms; detailed chemical information, including the structural formula; a description; applications; method of manufacture; handling precautions; regulatory status; and related substances, among other information.
The succession gismondine--clay mineral (probably saponite
pseudomorphism) was detected together with Ba-bearing phillipsite-Ca and clay mineral overgrowths.
Where were they gone, the larders you used to have beneath the window ledge, the packets of Saponite
The identification and quantification of the clay minerals is important, in particular the ones responsible for the susceptibility of the soils to produce expansion and contraction of such soils, such as smectites (saponite
), montmorillonite, nontronite, hectorite, and beidelite [3, 9].