Zeolites and zeolitic reactions in sedimentary rocks.
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Zeolites and zeolitic reactions in sedimentary rocks. by Richard Le Roy Hay

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Published by Geological Society ofAmerica in New York .
Written in English


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SeriesSpecial Papers -- no.85.
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Open LibraryOL19323966M

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Zeolites and zeolitic reactions in sedimentary rocks. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Computer File, Zeolites and zeolitic reactions in sedimentary rocks. New York [Geological Society of America] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Richard L Hay SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology Canadian Science Publishing; University of Wyoming; Book Chapter Back Matter Published: Janu PDF Link Chapter PDF; Cite. View This Citation; Add to Citation Manager; Citation. "Back Matter", Zeolites and Zeolitic Reactions in Sedimentary Rocks, Richard L. Hay. Download citation file Zeolites are among the most common authigenic silicates in sedimentary rocks. They occur in a wide variety of rocks types and are especially common in altered vitric tuffs. Zeolites are tectosilicates and have a 3-dimensional anion framework with an atomic ratio of (Al+Si): O=

Zeolites are among the most common authigenic silicate minerals that occur in sedimentary rocks, and they form in sedimentary rocks of diverse lithology, age, and depositional :// Zeolites have been known since the mids, but prior to the early s, most reported occurrences of zeolites were in fracture fillings and amygdules in igneous rocks, particularly basaltic lava flows. Indeed, most of the large attractive zeolite specimens in museum collections were obtained from :// Heulandite–clinoptilolite series (HEU-type zeolites) are the most common natural zeolites on the earth, occurring mainly in sedimentary and volcanic rocks and constituting extensive deposits all /_Mineralogy_and_geology_of_natural_zeolites.   hydrothermal-chemistry-of-zeolites-sublad 1/17 Downloaded from on Octo by guest [eBooks] Hydrothermal Chemistry Of Zeolites Sublad When people should go to the book stores, search instigation by shop, shelf by shelf, it is truly problematic. This is why we provide the book compilations in this ://?article=try.

In addition, it is expected to contribute for the exploitation of the sedimentary zeolites occurrences which have been relatively well studied from a geological point, but are still not mined Condition: Good. Volume This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # SUMMARY The authors have studied alterations of Cenozoic and Mesozoic pyroclastic rocks of Japan, which contain several kinds of zeolites in abundance. This paper summarizes zeolites in sedimentary rocks, with reference to the depositional environments and zonal distribution, by a survey of the literature in addition to the authors’ data. The zonal distribution of zeolites is recognized in Abstract. Present and potential use of natural zeolites as cation exchangers in environmental protection is reviewed. Siliceous zeolites, such as chabazite, clinoptilolite, mordenite and phillipsite, exhibit good selectivities for cations with low charge density, e.g., Cs + and NH 4 +, and for cations with low hydration energy, such as Pb 2+.Zeolitised tuffs, containing the mentioned zeolites