2012

Minerals as Advanced Materials II

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ISBN: 978-3-642-20017-5 (Print) 978-3-642-20018-2 (Online)

Table of contents (38 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-11

    From Minerals to Materials

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    Pages 13-24

    Where Are New Minerals Hiding? The Main Features of Rare Mineral Localization Within Alkaline Massifs

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    Pages 25-36

    Gas Release from Minerals

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    Pages 37-39

    The Principle of Duality in Isomorphism and Its Use in the Systematics of Minerals with Zeolite-Like Structures

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    Pages 41-54

    “Ab-Initio” Structure Solution of Nano-Crystalline Minerals and Synthetic Materials by Automated Electron Tomography

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    Pages 55-60

    Charoite, as an Example of a Structure with Natural Nanotubes

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    Pages 61-79

    Hydrothermal Alteration of Basalt by Seawater and Formation of Secondary Minerals – An Electron Microprobe Study

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    Pages 81-86

    Sorbents from Mineral Raw Materials

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    Pages 87-102

    Natural Double Layered Hydroxides: Structure, Chemistry, and Information Storage Capacity

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    Pages 103-114

    Fixation of Chromate in Layered Double Hydroxides of the TCAH Type and Some Complex Application Mixtures

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    Pages 115-130

    Crystal Chemistry of Lamellar Calcium Aluminate Sulfonate Hydrates: Fixation of Aromatic Sulfonic Acid Anions

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    Pages 131-145

    Use of Layered Double Hydroxides (LDH) of the Hydrotalcite Group as Reservoir Minerals for Nitrate in Soils – Examination of the Chemical and Mechanical Stability

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    Pages 147-152

    Nanocrystalline Layered Titanates Synthesized by the Fluoride Route: Perspective Matrices for Removal of Environmental Pollutants

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    Pages 153-162

    Minerals as Materials – Silicate Sheets Based on Mixed Rings as Modules to Build Heteropolyhedral Microporous Frameworks

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    Pages 163-166

    Cs-Exchanged Cuprosklodowskite

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    Pages 167-179

    Kinetics and Mechanisms of Cation Exchange and Dehydration of Microporous Zirconium and Titanium Silicates

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    Pages 181-185

    K- and Rb-Exchanged Forms of Hilairite: Evolution of Crystal-Chemical Characteristics with the Increase of Ion Exchange Temperature

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    Pages 187-197

    Comparison of Structural Changes upon Heating of Zorite and Na-ETS-4 by In Situ Synchrotron Powder Diffraction

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    Pages 199-204

    Crystal Chemistry of Ion-Exchanged Forms of Zorite, a Natural Analogue of the ETS-4 Titanosilicate Material

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    Pages 205-211

    Ivanyukite-Group Minerals: Crystal Structure and Cation-Exchange Properties

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