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Description: Brucite is the mineral form of magnesium hydroxide, with the chemical formula Mg(OH)2. It is a common alteration product of periclase in marble; a low-temperature hydrothermal vein mineral in metamorphosed limestones and chlorite schists; and formed during serpentinization of dunites.Show More
Standards and Technical Documents - A REVIEW OF SCREENING TESTS FOR GYPSUM SCALE REMOVAL CHEMICALS -- NACE 1D191Supplier: NACE International
Description: equipment used for removing scale mechanically has been presented, and there continues to be further development in this area.Further discussion is beyond the scope of this report. Chemical scale removal can include the use of mineral acids to remove acid-soluble scales such as calciteShow More
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Description: removal unless pH was readjusted. Sodium aluminate addition during OLSA improved turbidity removal and increased settled sludge viscosity but did not affect Ca, Mg, or Si removal. The authors found that removing Ca from water depends on the presence of "seed" particles onto which calciteShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Test Method for Measuring the Exchange Complex and Cation Exchange Capacity of Inorganic Fine-Grained Soils -- ASTM D7503-10Supplier: ASTM International
Description: potassium (K), although other cations may be present depending on the environment in which the soil exists. This test method was developed from concepts described previously in Lavkulich (1981) ( 1 ) and Rhoades (1982) ( 2 ). In soils with appreciable gypsum or calcite, dissolution of theseShow More
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Description: 1.1 This test method covers the determination of the particle-size distribution in the sub-sieve size range of the common extender pigments such as aluminum silicate (kaolin clay), magnesium silicate (talc), calcium carbonate (calcite or dolomite or precipitated calcium carbonate), and micaShow More
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Between minerals calcite and dolomite passes an extended mixing space at which the dolomite 8.11 almost pure CaMg[CO3]2 after Abb. had to be by sedimentation and Diagenese (S. 123).
Proceedings of the 10th International Congress for Applied Mineralogy (ICAM)
For instance, carbonate minerals ( calcite and dolomite) would make up between 14 and 22 wt% of the tailings.
Encyclopedia of Geobiology
Secondary dolomite is formed through the process of dolomitization, in which the min- eral calcite is replaced by dolomite through interaction with Mg-rich fluids (Pursar et al., 1994; Burns et al., 2000, and references therein).
Great Basin Evolution and Metallogeny
Syn- mineral calcite veins are often rimmed by hematite.
Carbon in the Geobiosphere — Earth’s Outer Shell —
The bicarbonate and carbonate ions react with the calcium-ion in water, making calcium-carbonate minerals calcite and aragonite, of composition CaCO3: .
Geostatistical Analysis of Spatial Variability of Mineral Abundance and Kd in Frenchman Flat, NTS, Alluvium
minerals calcite , hematite, mica, smectite, and clinoptilolite clinopyroxene .
Resources and Sustainable Development
The rocky minerals with the minor rocky minerals calcite , muscovite and kaolinite are mainly quartz.
Petrogenesis of Metamorphic Rocks
These are chemical sedimentary rocks modally dominated by carbonate minerals ( calcite , dolomite) (Table 2.3).
Finally, the presence of a lattice preferred orientation has been suggested as evidence for deformation by dislocation creep, al- though in some minerals ( calcite ) it can also form by deformation twinning.Atelevatedtemperature,intracrystallinemicrostructures such as undulose extinction and deformation lamellae may be …
Spatial Variability of Reactive Mineral and Radionuclide Kd Distributions in the Tuff Confining Unit: Yucca Flat, Nevada Test Site
Information considered for each sample used in this study includes location (easting, northing, elevation), RMC, RMU, XRD method, mineral percentages of the reactive minerals calcite , hematite, mica, smectite, and zeolite, and mineral percentages of the non-reactive minerals glass, quartz, cristobalite, and …