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Thermal analysis has been defined [1] as a general term covering ‘a group of related techniques whereby the dependence of the parameters of any physical property of a substance on temperature is measured’, and techniques coming under this heading are now extensively used in mineralogical studies, particularly in clay mineralogy. This chapter provides a brief résumé of the most commonly used techniques, their application, and the information which each provides.

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Differential Thermal Analysis Hydrated Calcium Silicate Specimen Holder Diagrammatic Sketch Thermoanalytical Technique 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. C. Mackenzie
    • 1
  1. 1.Macaulay Institute for Soil ResearchCraigiebuckler, AberdeenScotland

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