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Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age

Wilds Williamson Olive

Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age

in the Jackson Purchase region, Kentucky and in adjacent parts of Tennessee

by Wilds Williamson Olive

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky.,
  • Tennessee.
    • Subjects:
    • Clay -- Kentucky.,
    • Clay -- Tennessee.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Wilds W. Olive and Warren I. Finch.
      SeriesGeological Survey bulletin 1282, Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1282.
      ContributionsFinch, Warren Irvin, 1924- joint author., Kentucky Geological Survey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE75 .B9 no. 1282
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 35 p.
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL256764M
      LC Control Numbergs 68000366

      Formations of Jackson group west of Tombigbee River are Moodys marl and Yazoo clay. Ocala limestone in eastern Alabama, southwestern Georgia, and Florida is probably equivalent to Moodys marl and Yazoo clay. Disconformably overlies Claiborne formation; conformably underlies Red Bluff clay of Vicksburg group. [Age is late Eocene.]. Introduction to Clay Minerals: Chemistry, Origins, Uses And Environmental Significance (Routledge Geography and Envirmnt) [Velde,.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Introduction to Clay Minerals: Chemistry, Origins, Uses And Environmental Significance (Routledge Geography and Cited by:

      Olive, Wilds W. and Flinch, Warren L. () Stratigraphic and Mineralogic Relations and Ceramic Properties of Clay Deposits of Eocene Age in the Jackson Purchase Region, Kentucky and in Adjacent Parts of Tennessee, USGS Bulletin To a geologist, clay minerals are fine particles (2 µm in size) and are also major constituents of rocks, sediment and an engineer, ceramicist or mineralogist, clay minerals belong to the family of phyllosilicate (or sheet silicate) of minerals, which shows properties of plasticity, shrinkage, and hardening upon drying or firing.

        The regular features in the variation of molding, drying, and the physicomechanical properties of ceramic articles as a function of the mineralogical composition of the clays and coal cleaning waste are determined. The proportions of the basic clay minerals required for preparing high-quality building articles are by: 3. Introduction to Materials Science, Chap Structure and Properties of Ceramics University of Tennessee, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering 2 ¾keramikos - burnt stuff in Greek - desirable properties of ceramics are normally achieved through a high-temperature heat treatment process (firing). ¾Usually a compound between metallic.


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Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age by Wilds Williamson Olive Download PDF EPUB FB2

STRATIGRAPHIC AND MINERALOGIC RELATIONS AND CERAMIC PROPERTIES OF CLAY DEPOSITS OF EOCENE AGE IN THE JACKSON PURCHASE REGION, KENTUCKY, AND IN ADJACENT PARTS OF TENNESSEE BY WILDS W.

OLIVE and WARREN I. FINCH ABSTRACT Clay deposits in the Jackson Purchase region, Kentucky, and in adjacentCited by: Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age in the Jackson Purchase region, Kentucky, and in adjacent parts of Tennessee (OCoLC) Microfiche version.

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In the ceramic Industry, the nature of mineral clay plays an important role in the behavior of each stage of. Composition and ceramic properties of some clays from Northeastern Alberta Author: Alberta Geological Survey ceramic properties, clays, Northeastern Alberta, Geology, Abasand, stratigraphy, mineralogy, chemical composition, ceramic test, Fort McMurray, kaolin group, chlorite, illite, Firebag River, oil sand underclay, swelling clay, glacial.

Clay mineral - Clay mineral - Origin: All the clay minerals, with the possible exception of halloysite, have been synthesized from mixtures of oxides or hydroxides and water at moderately low temperatures and pressures.

Kaolinite tends to form in alumina-silica systems without alkalies or alkaline earths. Illite is formed when potassium is added to such systems. Clay mineral - Clay mineral - Chemical and physical properties: Depending on deficiency in the positive or negative charge balance (locally or overall) of mineral structures, clay minerals are able to adsorb certain cations and anions and retain them around the outside of the structural unit in an exchangeable state, generally without affecting the basic silicate structure.

Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age in the Jackson Purchase region, Kentucky, and in adjacent parts of Tennessee Author: Wilds W Olive ; Warren Irvin Finch ; Geological Survey (U.S.), ; Kentucky Geological Survey.

Four clay samples from Mayouom deposit were studied to evaluate their potential uses in the ceramic industry. Characterization of crude clays involved chemical and mineralogical composition.

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CRETACEOUS AND EOCENE LIGNITE DEPOSITS, JACKSON PURCHASE, KENTUCKY Claiborne Formation The most striking petrographic aspect of the various Eocene Claiborne For- mation lignites is the general lack of inertinite macerals. Olive, W.W. and Finch, W.I., Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic prop- erties of clay deposits Cited by: 9.

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United States Geological Survey Bulletin 35 p. Google ScholarCited by: 6. Summary of Citation: Jackson Publication: Olive, W.W. and Finch, W.I.,Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age in the Jackson Purchase region, Kentucky, and in adjacent parts of Tennessee:.

Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating selected and refined materials often including clay in the form of kaolinite to high temperatures. Cordierite is a crystalline magnesium aluminosilicate; Steatite, also known as soapstone or soaprock, is a metamorphic rock, a talc-schist.

Clay-rich sediments from South Abarkouh district of clay deposit (SADC) in central Iran were analyzed for mineralogical and chemical composition, including the Rare earth element n clay deposits have been located in Lower Permian (Artinskian) sediments of the area.

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Clays are found in nature as Author: O. Ademila, O. Adebanjo. Olive, W. W., and W. Finch,Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene age in the Jackson Purchase region, Kentucky, and in adjacent parts of Tenn- essee: U.S.

Geol. Survey Bull. 35 p. The Jackson Purchase area is an important resource of several industrial minerals including silica sand, ceramic clay, and ball clay (Anderson and Garland, ).Clay is a particularly important constituent of the bedrock stratigraphy of the Purchase area and historically has been mined extensively (Gildersleeve, ; Olive and Finch, ).Ball clays are associated with the Lower Tertiary.Six types of clays are mined in the United States: ball clay, bentonite, common clay, fire clay, fuller's earth, and kaolin.

Mineral composition, plasticity, color, absorption qualities, firing characteristics, and clarification properties are a few of the characteristics used to distinguish between the different clay types. Major domestic markets for these clays are as.Olive, W.W., and Finch, W.I.,Stratigraphic and mineralogic relations and ceramic properties of clay deposits of Eocene Age in the Jackson Purchase Region, Kentucky and in adjacent parts of Tennessee: U.S.

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