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Authigenic Minerals in Sedimentary Rocks

Author: G I Teodorovich
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1961.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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I. Authigenic minerals as indicators of the physicochemical environment.- II. Principal phases and stages in the formation of sedimentary deposits.- A. Syngenesis and epigenesis. Sedimentation, diagenesis, katagenesis, and hypergenesis. Incipient metamorphism.- B. Special features of diagenesis and the lower boundary of this zone.- III. Authigenic, principally syngenetic minerals in sedimentary rocks, their  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: G I Teodorovich
ISBN: 9781468406528 1468406523 9781468406542 146840654X
OCLC Number: 840287483
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: I. Authigenic minerals as indicators of the physicochemical environment --
II. Principal phases and stages in the formation of sedimentary deposits --
A. Syngenesis and epigenesis. Sedimentation, diagenesis, katagenesis, and hypergenesis. Incipient metamorphism --
B. Special features of diagenesis and the lower boundary of this zone --
III. Authigenic, principally syngenetic minerals in sedimentary rocks, their characteristics, conditions of formation, and classification --
1. Silica group --
2. Carbonate group --
3. Sedimentary silicate group --
4. Oxide and Hydroxide Group --
5. Sulfide group --
Copper sulfides --
Manganese, lead, and zinc sulfides --
6. Phosphate group --
7. Sulfate and Fluoride group gg --
8. Soluble salt group (lacustrine and lagoonal salts) --
9. Native element group --
IV. Basic concepts of colloidal chemistry in relation to mineral formation --
V. Colloidal and metacolloidal sedimentary minerals and their origin --
Summary --
Literature Cited.
Responsibility: by G.I. Teodorovich.

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Another purpose of the book is to acquaint chemists and geochemists with the properties of the minerals they study in making chemical analyses, minerals that com monly occur as polymineralic  Read more...

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