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Clays and Clay Minerals

, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp 185–190 | Cite as

An Expansible Mineral Having High Rehydration Ability

  • Katsutoshi Tomita
  • Mitsuhiko Dozono
Article

Abstract

An interstratified mineral (mica-montmorillonite) from a hydrothermally altered andesite in the southern part of Satsuma Peninsula, Japan fully rehydrates after having been heated to 800°C.

Résumé

Un minéral interstratifié (mica-montmorillonite) provenant d’une andésite altérée par voie hydrothermale dans la partie sud de la péninsule de Satsuma, Japon, se réhydrate entièrement après avoir été chauffée à 800°C.

Kurzreferat

Ein Wechsellagerungsmineral (Glimmer-Montmorillonit) aus einem hydrothermal umgewandelten Andesit im südlichen Teil der Satsuma-Halbinsel, Japan, zeigt nach Erhitzung auf 800°C vollständige Rehydratisierung.

Резюме

Минерал с перемежающимся напластованием (слюда-монтмориллонит) от гидротермически измененного андезина из южной части Сатсумского полуострова (Япония) после нагрева до 800°С полностью вновь гидратируется.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Katsutoshi Tomita
    • 1
  • Mitsuhiko Dozono
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Earth Sciences, Faculty of ScienceKagoshima UniversityKagoshimaJapan

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