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Structural Mineralogy

An Introduction (Solid Earth Sciences Library)

by J. Lima-de-Faria

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  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Igneous rocks,
  • Metamorphic rocks,
  • Mineralogy,
  • Minerals,
  • Crystallochemical Mineralogy,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Structure,
  • Chemistry - Inorganic,
  • Earth Sciences - Mineralogy,
  • Material Science,
  • Science / Mineralogy,
  • Classification,
  • Crystals

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7807481M
    ISBN 100792328213
    ISBN 109780792328216

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    Mineralogy is the systematic study that deals with the characteristics of minerals. The mineralogy has more scientific branches such as the following: 1. Crystallography studies crystal forms, i.e. forms in which the minerals crystallize, as well as their internal structure, relations and distribution of atoms, ions or ionic groups in the crystal lattice. Structural geology is the study of the three-dimensional distribution of rock units with respect to their deformational histories. The primary goal of structural geology is to use measurements of present-day rock geometries to uncover information about the history of deformation in the rocks, and ultimately, to understand the stress field that resulted in the observed strain and geometries.


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Structural Mineralogy by J. Lima-de-Faria Download PDF EPUB FB2

*immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. Structural Mineralogy An Introduction. Authors (view affiliations) J.

Lima-De-Faria; Book. 17 Citations; Systematics of minerals on structural grounds. Lima-De-Faria. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About this book. Keywords. chemistry classification crystal crystal structure crystallography mineral mineralogy.

Defines the structural chemical systematic of minerals based on the fundamental properties of atoms and ions, forming minerals; Puts forward a new structural chemical systematic of minerals based on diverse chemical properties: their acid base characteristics, cation valence, solubility of compounds, degree of stability under various physical chemical conditions, etc.

The basic concepts under discussion in modern structural mineralogy include structure hierarchy (specification and compositional hierarchies are considered separately), modularity (representation of crystal structures as constructed from modules extracted from simple archetype structures) and complexity (with emphasis on static or informational and algorithmic complexities).

First published inauthored by J.D. Dana, the Manual of Mineral Science now enters its 23rd edition. This new edition continues in the footsteps or its predecessors as the standard textbook in Mineralogy/Mineral Science/Earth Materials/Rocks and Minerals courses.

This new edition contains 22 chapters, instead of 14 as in the prior edition/5(51). The resulting equilibrium assemblages of minerals can be interpreted broadly in terms of the phase rule.

This leads to the concept of metamorphic facies as a basis for classifying and interpreting metamorphic rocks. Eskola’s scheme of facies is modified and subdivided insofar as this is.

Mineralogy Books: Agricola, G. / DE NATURA FOSSILIIUM (TEXTBOOK OF MINERALOGY), Translated from 1 st Latin Edition of by M. Bandy and J. Bandy for the Mineralogical Society of America, GSA SP 63, New York,cl, pages, - 3 - $ 25 Ahrens, T. J., Ed. Lecture Series: SGL – Principles of Mineralogy 9. Although crystals of a particular chemical and structural species tend to grow with a particular shape (e.g., cube for Halite (NaCl) and octahedron for Spinel (MgAl 2O4)), the shape may vary (but not the angles) for some species (e.g.

orthoclase feldspar in. Clay Minerals The layer minerals contain one tetrahedral and one octahedral sheet in their basic structural unit (Fig. 2.) This two-sheet mineral type is represented by the kaolin group, with the general formula Al2Si(0H)4. Kaolinite, the most common mineral in this group, is dioctahedral, exhibiting Al3+ octahedral and Si4.

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In his foreword to Structural Mineralogy. An classification was taken into account. The first Introduction (Lima-de-Faria, ) P.B. Moore classification of this type, which takes into con­ emphasized that this book "is really not an end in sideration the distribution of bonds in a structure, itself.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Structural Clay Products (Applied Mineralogy Technische Mineralogie Book 9).Price: $ Structural Mineralogy.

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We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer Netherlands. Rock-forming minerals are then treated systematically, concentrating first on silicates followed by the most important non-silicate minerals.

The three main groups of rocks are then considered: igneous (plutonic and volcanic), sedimentary and metamorphic. The text is well illustrated with 16 photographs of minerals and a total of 89 figures/5(33).

Fourthly, there is the science of Surveying that he may be able to estimate how deep a shaft should be sunk Fifthly, his knowledge of Arithmetical Science should be such that he may calculate the cost to be incurred in the machinery and the working of the mine.

Sixthly, his learning must comprise Architecture. This lecture note covers the following topics: Origin of Elements and Composition-Structure of the Earth, Physical Properties of Minerals, Chemical Properties of Minerals, Chemistry and Structure of Minerals, Optical Properties of Minerals, Isotropic and Uniaxial Minerals, Biaxial.

two different minerals with the same formula, C (carbon). An Introduction to Mineralogy 3. Glasses (obsidian), liquids, and gases however, are not crystalline, and the elements in them. may occur in any ratios, so they are not : Cumhur Aydinalp.

The minerals are sorted by name, followed by the structural group ( and ima-cnmnc bymainly) or chemical class ( and basics), the year of publication (if it's before of an IMA approval procedure), the IMA approval and the Nickel–Strunz code.

Detailed knowledge of minerals and rocks and the process of formation and association are essential for practicing professionals and advanced students. This book is designed as an accessible, step-by-step guide to exploring, retaining, and implementing the core concepts of mineral and hydrocarbon exploration, mining, and extraction.

STRUCTURAL MINERALOGY OF CLAYS By GEORGE W. * INTRODUCTION The investigation of clay minerals utilizing X-ray crystallograpliie techniques has been very actively pur­ sued for the last 20 years and a considerable wealth of information has been collected and organized into a co­ herent body of knowledge.

This interest is reflected in.Structural mineralogy: an introduction. [J Lima-de-Faria] -- "This unique book presents a new pure structural classification of minerals, based on their internal structure, i.e. the natural way of classifying them.

In more detail it is based on the strength Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Following are the books, which I prefer Suggested Readings: For Mineralogy -H.H.

Read, Rutleys Elements of Mineralogy -Dana's Manual Mineralogy -For Palaeontology - Woods. H, Invertebrate Palaeontology - Raup, D.M. & Stanley, S.M. ().