Heats of Reaction for Carbonate Mineral Decomposition

  • Keith L. Reddick
Conference paper


Earlier thermal analysis investigations (1, 3, 10) of carbonate system were conducted under static conditions where decomposition progressed in a variable atmosphere of reaction products. These studies have made fundamental contributions to the field of carbonate mineralogy.


Decomposition Behavior Reaction Area American Mineralogist Carbon Dioxide Atmosphere Differential Thermal Analysis Trace 
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© Plenum Press 1968

Authors and Affiliations

  • Keith L. Reddick
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  1. 1.Sun Oil Company Production Research LaboratoryRichardsonUSA

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