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a generally green or black mineral

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Determinations of chlorite structural modifications were made based on the un-treated difffactograms.
Chlorite comprised the majority of the clay mineralogy of the soil (Fig.
Laboratory chlorite peak positions and relative intensities however, show no significant differences in control vs.
to assess the effectiveness of removing chlorites by GAC;
The by-products: chlorites and chlorates were determined by ion chromatography with a DIONEX DX500 system with IonPac AS-9-HC analytical column (4 x 250 mm) and IonPac AG-9-HC guard column (4 x 50 mm) connected with conductivity detector CD-20 (Dionex, USA).
Chlorites removal efficiency was examined in both, Mosina and Fortore pilot plants.
Its crystals grew directly on basaltic rock or chlorite, more rarely on a first generation of quartz.
An undetermined black to greenish black species of the chlorite group forms very thin, tabular microcrystals comprising spherical clusters which line the walls of cavities, covering total surface areas up to 100 square meters.
Black to greenish black aggregates of chlorite are included in some heulandite crystals, and are particularly aesthetic when the heulandite crystals are transparent.
The minerals of the chlorite group are widely represented in the zone close to the footwall of the talc-chlorite structure.
Diopside is reported in the footwall of the talc structure, forming millimeter-size tabular crystals associated with chlorite.
Some crystals are found in association with chlorite.
0 [Angstrom] illite and 14 [Angstrom] chlorite peaks on XRD patterns of Mg saturated and heated samples respectively and suggest the presence of random mixed layer structures (Figs.
There is little difference in the clay mineralogy of the Bw and Bk(f) horizons, both being characterized by mixed-layer smectite (most likely probably illite-smectite and probably chloritesmectite), chlorite, illite, kaolinite and quartz.
2 [Angstrom] chlorite peak which in the A horizon appears to be replaced by a weak 12 [Angstrom] peak in the Mg-saturated state.