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  • Polygenic chamosite from a hydrothermalized oolitic ironstone
           (Saint-Aubin-des-Châteaux, Armorican Massif, France): crystal chemistry,
           visible–near-infrared spectroscopy (red variety) and geochemical
           significance
    • Authors: Moëlo Y; Fritsch E, Gloaguen E, et al.
      Abstract: Several generations of chamosite, including a red variety, occur in the Ordovician hydrothermalized oolitic ironstone from Saint-Aubin-des-Châteaux (Armorican Massif, France). Their chemical re-examination indicates a low Mg content (0.925 < Fe/(Fe + Mg) < 0.954), but a significant variation in IVAl. Minor vanadium is present at up to 1.1 wt.% oxide. Variations in IVAl, the vanadium content and the colour of chamosite are related to the hydrothermal reworking of the ironstone. Taking into account other published data, the ideal composition of chamosite is (Fe5–xAl1+x)(Si3–xAl1+x)O10(OH)8, with 0.2 < x < 0.8 (0.2: equilibrium with quartz; 0.8: SiO2 deficit). The red chamosite (IIb polytype) has a mean composition of (Fe3.87Mg0.23Mn0.01□0.07Al1.74V0.07)(Si2.33Al1.67)O10(OH)8. This chamosite is strongly pleochroic, from pale yellow (E (001)) to deep orange red (E ⊥ (001)). Visible–near-infrared absorbance spectra show a specific absorption band centred at ~550 nm for E ⊥ (001), due to a proposed new variety of Fe/V intervalence charge-transfer mechanism in the octahedral sheet, possibly Fe2+ – V4+ → Fe3+ – V3+. While the formation of green chamosite varieties is controlled by reducing conditions due to the presence of organic matter as a buffer, that of red chamosite would indicate locally a weak increase of fO2 related to oxidizing hydrothermal solutions.
      PubDate: Wed, 13 May 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Mineralogical and hydraulic characteristics of mudstone in the Tamusu
           candidate area in northwest China for high-level radioactive waste
           geological disposal
    • Authors: Xiang L; Liu X, Liu P, et al.
      Abstract: The Tamusu region in northwest China is a key candidate area for China's clay rock deep geological repositories (DGRs) for high-level radioactive waste (HLRW) as it is composed of a continuous layer of thick lacustrine mudstone. To evaluate this mudstone as a host rock, two special test boreholes were drilled to investigate its spatial distribution and mineralogical and hydraulic characteristics. The southwest boundary and depositional centre of the lake basin were well delineated by boreholes TZK-1 and TZK-2. The continuous single-layer thickness of the target mudstone formation was up to 300 m at a depth of 500–800 m. Three main mineral types were determined, namely carbonates (mainly dolomite and ankerite), analcime and albite, and their abundance was used to distinguish three different facies. Other mineral phases, such as clay minerals (mainly illite and kaolinite), pyrite, hematite, quartz and calcite, were present as admixtures. The presence of carbonates may increase the mechanical strength and analcime may enhance the radionuclide adsorption properties of the mudstone. The self-sealing properties, which may be affected by the small amount of clay minerals, remain to be investigated. The hydraulic conductivity of the mudstone determined via in situ pulse tests ranged from 10–13 to 10–10 m s–1, suggesting that the Tamusu mudstone has ultra-low permeability. The transmissivity of the Tamusu mudstone fluctuated in regions with varying lithologies, but remained relatively constant for consistent lithologies. In summary, these preliminarily results confirm the possible suitability of the target formation as a host rock for DGRs of China's HLRW.
      PubDate: Mon, 04 May 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Refinement of waste phosphogypsum from Prahovo, Serbia: characterization
           and assessment of application in civil engineering
    • Authors: Išek JI; Kaluđerović LM, Vuković NS, et al.
      Abstract: Two samples collected from the phosphogypsum deposits of the chemical products industry Elixir Prahovo (Serbia) were subjected to a recrystallization experiment performed over several repeated cycles. In these tests, phosphogypsum was separated into recrystallized (purified) gypsum, insoluble residue and supernatant. Both raw phosphogypsum and recrystallized gypsum were examined using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry, X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy with energy-dispersive spectrometry. The activity concentrations of 238U, 235U, 226Ra, 210Pb, 232Th and 40K were investigated using γ-ray spectrometry. Based on the activity concentration results, a number of radiometric parameters were calculated for the original and recrystallized phosphogypsum (i.e. radium equivalent activity, γ indices for construction materials, α index and external and internal hazard indices). Raw phosphogypsum samples showed greater mean activity concentration levels of 238U and 226Ra than the international recommended limits, while the recrystallized gypsum demonstrated notably lower activity concentrations for these two isotopes. The activity concentration of 226Ra in recrystallized gypsum is ~6 times lower than in raw phosphogypsum. Therefore, recrystallized gypsum does not present a radiation hazard when used as a building material, while raw phosphogypsum meets the requirements only for road construction materials.
      PubDate: Tue, 28 Apr 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Clay minerals in drilling fluids: functions and challenges
    • Authors: Zhang J; Xu M, Christidis GE, et al.
      Abstract: The addition of clay minerals in drilling fluids modifies the dispersion's viscosity. In this article, scientific advances related to the use of clays and clay minerals (bentonite, palygorskite, sepiolite and mixtures of clay minerals) in drilling fluids are summarized and discussed based on their specific structure, rheological properties, applications, prevailing challenges and future directions. The rheological properties of drilling fluids are affected by the temperature, type of electrolytes, pH and concentration of clay minerals. Bentonites are smectite-rich clays often used in drilling fluids, and their composition varies from deposit to deposit. Such variations significantly affect the behaviour of bentonite-based drilling fluids. Palygorskite is suitable for use in oil-based drilling fluids, but the gelation and gel structures of palygorskite-added drilling fluids have not received much attention. Sepiolite is often used in water-based drilling fluids as a rheological additive. Dispersions containing mixtures of clays including bentonite, kaolin, palygorskite and sepiolite are used in drilling fluids requiring specific features such as high-density drilling fluids or those used in impermeable slurry walls. In these cases, the surface chemistry–microstructure–property relationships of mixed-clay dispersions need to be understood fully. The prevailing challenges and future directions in drilling fluids research include safety, ‘green’ processes and high-temperature and high-pressure-resistant clay minerals.
      PubDate: Wed, 08 Apr 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • A novel method for solving the impact of clay on concrete workability:
           dimensional design and mechanism analysis
    • Authors: Liu X; Xu Q, Ma X, et al.
      Abstract: Clay often has severe detrimental impacts on cement-based materials. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate the mechanism causing the deterioration to improve the service life of cement-based materials. Based on accurate dimensional analysis, a mechanism that influences clay is proposed: the intercalation of the side chains of superplasticizer molecules in the interlayer space of the clay. To lessen this harmful effect, a new clay-resistant admixture (CRA) possessing cationic groups of small molecular size was synthesized through a novel dimensional design. The length and width of the side chains of this superplasticizer molecule were 9.50–17.50 and 0.25–0.40 nm, respectively, with a radius of ~3.74 nm in solvent, which is larger than the interlayer spacing of montmorillonite (i.e. 1.09–2.14 nm). The longitudinal and latitudinal lengths of the CRA molecule were 0.468 and 9.456 nm, respectively, ensuring intercalation in the interlayer of montmorillonite. The increase in interlayer spacing of the clay was 0.364 nm following addition of polycarboxylate superplasticizer (PCE) plus CRA and 0.632 nm following addition of PCE, which suggests that the CRA plays the role of a ‘sacrificial agent’ that is preferentially intercalated into the interlayer space of clay to further prevent the side chains of the superplasticizer molecules from entering the interlayer. The aim of this study was to propose a suitable means of synthesizing a new CRA to address the impact of clay through dimensional design and mechanism analysis, which contributes to the theoretical study and technological improvement of cement-based materials.
      PubDate: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Thermal degradation kinetics of sepiolite
    • Authors: Sarıkaya Y; Önal M, Pekdemir A.
      Abstract: The kinetic parameters of the thermal degradation of sepiolite were evaluated with a new method based on thermal analysis data. Thermogravimetric/differential thermal analysis curves were recorded for the natural and preheated sepiolite samples in the temperature range 25–800°C for 4 h. The temperature-dependent height of the exothermic heat flow peak for the thermal decomposition of sepiolite located at ~850°C on the differential thermal analysis curve was taken as a kinetic variable for the thermal degradation. A thermal change coefficient was defined depending on this variable because this coefficient fit to the Arrhenius equation was assumed as a rate constant for the thermal degradation. The Arrhenius plot showed that the degradation occurs in three steps. Two of these are due to stepwise dehydration and the third originated from dehydroxylation of sepiolite. Three activation energies were obtained that increase with the increasing temperature interval of the steps.
      PubDate: Fri, 13 Mar 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Use of palygorskite as a viscosity enhancer in salted water-based muds:
           effect of concentration of palygorskite and salt
    • Authors: Santanna V; Silva S, Silva R, et al.
      Abstract: Drilling fluids are essential for the operation and productivity of petroleum wells. This study compares the efficiency of a salted water-based mud for which the viscosity has been enhanced with polymeric compounds with that of a new salted water-based mud containing palygorskite clay, which mainly functions as a viscosity enhancer. The experiment measured the density, apparent viscosity, plastic viscosity, yield point, American Petroleum Institute filtrate and pH of the samples. The results indicate that the rheological properties of the fluids containing greater amounts of palygorskite were not affected significantly by the addition of salt. However, when the concentration of palygorskite was low, the rheological behaviour of the samples was appropriate to the drilling operation only with lesser amounts of salt. In addition to its good rheological properties, the filtrate volume obtained for samples containing greater concentrations of palygorskite was lower, which suggests that the filtration properties at the bottoms of the wells were controlled appropriately.
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • CLM volume 55 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
    • PubDate: Sun, 01 Mar 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • CLM volume 55 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
    • PubDate: Sun, 01 Mar 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Smectitic clays enriched with ferric ions for the rapid removal of anionic
           dyes in aqueous media
    • Authors: Rodrigues IA; Villalba JC, Santos MJ, et al.
      Abstract: Sodium smectite clays were enriched with ferric ions (Argel-Fe and Volclay-Fe) to convert the surface charge of the clays from negative to positive and to use the clays in the discolouration of a synthetic effluent composed of seven anionic dyes (mixed from tartrazine, Brilliant Blue FCF and amaranth). The iron content increased from 5.99% to 11.02% for Argel-Fe and from 5.39% to 10.54% for Volclay-Fe. The efficiency of the discolouration of the anion dye mixture was evaluated by measuring the absorbance of the mixture at 562 nm, where the band with the greatest intensity was found. The contact time required for the system to reach equilibrium was ~5 min for both adsorbents. The kinetic adsorption data supported a pseudo-second-order kinetic model. The experimental data support the dual-site Langmuir–Freundlich isotherm model. The maximum adsorption capacities were 88.68 mg g–1 for Argel-Fe and 392.21 mg g–1 for Volclay-Fe. The enrichment of clays with Fe(III) added functionality to the clays and generated adsorbents with rapid adsorption abilities and high discolouration capacities.
      PubDate: Mon, 10 Feb 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Regeneration of spent bleaching clay by ultrasonic irradiation and its
           application in methylene blue adsorption
    • Authors: Liang X; Yang C, Su X, et al.
      Abstract: An effective method that combines solvent extraction with ultrasonic irradiation was developed to recycle spent bleaching clay (SBC) from modern oil refinery plants. The principle of ‘waste to treasure’ was used to achieve the regenerated SBC. Various characterization techniques were applied to analyse and compare regenerated SBC and commercial bleaching clay (CBC). The structure of the regenerated SBC did not show any obvious change compared with that of CBC, but the Brunauer–Emmett–Teller-specific surface area (SBET) and pore-volume values of the regenerated SBC increased. At the same time, the parameters of the regenerated SBC reached national standards. In addition, the samples were used as low-cost adsorbents for the adsorption of methylene blue (MB) from water. The regenerated SBC had greater adsorption efficiency and cycle performance for MB than CBC. Hence, the SBC may be treated by ultrasonic radiation combined with extraction, and the regenerated SBC has better properties than CBC. This work opens up a new approach to the regeneration and utilization of SBC and raises the potential of ultrasonic irradiation as an environmentally friendly method to be applied to various regeneration systems.
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Hydrotalcites with heterogeneous anion distributions: a first approach to
           producing new materials to be used as vehicles for the successive delivery
           of compounds
    • Authors: Velázquez-Herrera FD; Fetter G.
      Abstract: ABSTRACTHydrotalcites with heterogeneous distributions of anions between their layers were synthesized. Some synthesis parameters were studied to verify their influence on the anionic segregation properties of the hydrotalcites. The nature of the divalent cation and the crystallization method were most relevant. Zinc, in contrast to magnesium, assisted in discriminating carbonates and attracting nitrates to form hydrotalcites with heterogeneous distributions using microwave irradiation. Furthermore, the identification of this kind of hydrotalcite could be easily verified by determining the presence of a double reflection in the 003 X-ray diffraction (XRD) maximum, which definitively characterized a heterogeneous anion distribution. Finally, the reason as to why in some cases the hydrotalcite presented two reflections in the 003 XRD peak was elucidated.
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • The influence of binders for the pelletization of fly ash zeolites on
           sulfur dioxide sorption properties
    • Authors: Czuma N; Panek R, Baran P, et al.
      Abstract: Fly ash zeolites are economically and ecologically attractive alternatives to synthetic and natural zeolites. Their use as sulfur dioxide sorbents is one of the possible applications of these materials. During the process of fly ash zeolite synthesis, a light powder is formed, which is not acceptable in practical applications due to technical problems, such as a marked drop in pressure, diffusion limits, hydraulic resistance, clogging in the packed beds and the possibility of losing a bed. It is therefore necessary to perform a pelletization process. Thickening of the material during pelletization influences sorption capacity negatively due to diffusing limitations, while the lack of an additional binder may result in a material of low mechanical durability. In this study, pressure pelletization experiments with fly ash zeolite were performed. Binders were selected on the basis of economic considerations as well as their potential to exert a positive influence on the sorption properties of the produced pellets. Cyclic sorption experiments were conducted (on sulfur dioxide) in which one zeolite powder sample was subjected to pelletization without a binder and another sample was subjected to the process with selected binders added. The results of the experiments were then analysed to ascertain the influence of the pelletization process on sulfur dioxide sorption capacity.
      PubDate: Mon, 03 Feb 2020 00:00:00 GMT
       
 
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