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Clays and Clay Minerals Morphological, chemical, and isotopic evidence for an early diagenetic evolution of detrital smectite in marine sediments Illite/smectite diagenesis in Devonian lacustrine mudrocks from northern Scotland and its relationship to organic maturity indicators (1964) Adsorbed water on clays. The reflected light beams interfere constructively when their wavelength, changes with the nature and the amount of adsorbed molecules in the multilayer and, so does the interference wavelength. ruthenium(II) in aqueous clay mineral dispersions. For land used for paddy field, palm oil, cacao and coffee plantation, the texture dominated with silt loam-clay loam, cation exchange capacity was 18.63-26.32 cmol⁺ kg⁻¹, 0.98-2.91% of C-organic, 32-55% of base saturation, 0.1-3.5 cm h⁻¹ of permeability, soil clay minerals were montmorillonite-kaolinite-halloysite, and the index erodibility was 0.3-0.5. Classification of phyllosilicates (reproduced from Bergaya et al., 2006, with the permission of Elsevier). Properties of the clays include plasticity, shrinkage under firing and under air drying, fineness of grain, color after firing, hardness, cohesion, and … (2006) Clay. In this way, intra-layer and inter-layer fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) has, hybrid LB monolayers, containing Laponite, a thiacyanine dye as the donor and, rhodamine B as acceptor in a ratio 90:10 (Hussain & Schoonheydt, 2010; Hussain, For nonlinear optics, a non-centrosymmetric arrangement of the molecules at the, clay-mineral surface is essential. At large ionic strength, adsorption in excess of the CEC is obtained both for, the racemic and enantiomeric solutions (Villemure, 1990; Yamagishi, 1987, 1993; Sato, , on the other hand, adsorbs as a racemic pair, when offered. I. Similarly, introduction of microbial siderophores into the clay-mineral, interlayers also resulted in spectral perturbations of the structural OH-bending bands, cations, are closely associated with the clay-mineral surface. Prehistoric humans discovered the useful properties of clay and used it for making pottery. (2007) Structural and dynamical properties of, molecules confined in dense clay sediments: A study combining H-2 NMR spectroscopy and multiscale, Prost, R., Koutit, T., Benchara, A. Russell, J.D. Ethylene scavenging systems, an active packaging, serve to prolong the shelf life of fresh produce and prevent deterioration caused by ethylene. & Kirkpatrick, R.J. (2008) H, O and cation structure and dynamics in expandable. (1984) Luminescence of tris(2,2’-bipyridyl)-. Mooney, R.W., Keenan, A.G. & Wood, L.A. (1952b) Adsorption of water vapor by montmorillonite. II. A 200 kV high-resolution transmission electron microscope (HR-TEM) was used to verify the presence of Au nanoparticles and estimate their. The analyses were performed by a completely randomized experimental design in a 5 × 2 factorial arrangement with three replications. Yamagishi, A. He, J.-X., Sato, H., Yang, P. & Yamagishi, A. 1933). A second mechanism of, adsorption of amino-acids is complexation with polyvalent cations, including transi-, tion metal ions (TMI), on clay mineral surfaces. Different feed additives are available, however the use of clays and clay minerals are ideal for this purpose due to their high specific surface area, adsorption capacity, low or null toxicity for the animal and low cost. During the study, adsorption of Ca 2+ and Mg 2+ (the water hardness) was analyzed using EDTA titration following the standard APHA method protocols. When these data are plotted as water content, capillary condensation values dominate the isotherms. It makes a great improvement on the band gap (Eg = 3.9 eV), and realizes an optimal balance between high laser damage threshold (10 × AgGaS2) and large SHG response (dij = 1.1 × AgGaS2, Type-I phase-matching). In the case of vertical deposition, the substrate is hydrophilic. This is the case for MB, low-charge clay minerals such as Wyoming bentonite and a bilayer on high-charge clay, minerals such as Cheto montmorillonite. Principles of Structure and Reactivity, (J.B. Dixon, & D.G. The surface of the film consists of a layer of Ru complexes. (M.F. Clay minerals are natural crystalline earthy materials of fine grain size (less than 2 μm of particle size) composed chemically of hydrated aluminum silicates, with magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium or sodium present as essential constituents, organized in different fashions as superimposed alternating layers. J.M. , J. (2000) Infrared study of water sorption on Na-, Li-, Ca- and. Both 1:1 and 2:1 clay minerals have edges at which oxygen atoms and cations, ) are exposed. Clay minerals are the function minerals of the earths close to floor environments. Mering, J. In dilute aqueous clay mineral dispersion and at low loadings (to, ensure quantitative adsorption) the maximum of the absorption band is in the range, mica-type montmorillonite (Barasym) with [Ru(bipy), external surfaces of the clay particles, while the 464, primarily on the planar surfaces (Schoonheydt, quenched by an electron acceptor which includes: (1) Fe, (2) by a quencher on the clay mineral surface (this must be a cation which can be, ); (3) by a quencher in solution such as the anionic quencher, However, there is a strong, not yet fully understood dependence on the [Ru(bipy), loading, the amount of quencher and the clay mineral type. crystal can be used for chemical sensing. & Longeville, S. (2005) Diffusion of. 6). Laird, D.A. von Buzagh, A. With increasing degree of dye loading, the absorption band shifted to longer wavelength for 1.1′-diethyl-2,2′-cyanine (J band) and to shorter wavelength for the others (D, H bands). Treated clay enabled to reduce the total hardness by 96% of the tested water obtained from CKDu prevalent area. Calcium, for example, will replace sodium more easily than sodium will replace calcium. 309–. Appropriate application of these minerals requires deep understanding of their properties and of the processes where they are involved. Thus, [Ni(en), Electron spin resonance spectra of Co(en), region; experimental (3) and simulated spectrum (4) in the g, -bypridyl) and related complexes such as [Ru(phen), 1,10-phenanthroline) have been studied intensively in various areas of chem-, , 1984). -type enantiomers are preferentially adsorbed and, Ordering sequence of amphiphilic Ru complexes and clay mineral. (1979) Stability of metal uncharged ligand complexes in ion exchangers. EMU Notes, . 1. and absence of clay mineral layers: N,N’-dioctadecyl thiacyanine, octadecyl rhodamine B and laponite. In a general sense, the, water molecules coordinated to metal cations in the clay-mineral interlayers function, as ‘part’ of the clay mineral. hybrid Ru(phen)2(dC12bipy)-saponite layers: monium cations; (circles) in the presence of, octadecylammonium cations. At low loading of dye to saponite, each cationic dye showed nearly the same absorption spectrum in the UV-visible region as that of its dilute aqueous solution, whereas the spectrum changed distinctly at high loading. 2. of chromophores confined in two-dimensional nanospace. The bipyridyl and phenanthroline complexes are chiral. In going from the aqueous dispersion to the film, one observes the disappear-, appearance of a doublet band with maxima around 660 nm and 674 nm, molecules interact more strongly with the clay-mineral layers. & Maurice, P.A. 3.2 CLAY MINERALS To understand the various unique engineering behavior of clay, it is most beneficial to study microstructures of clay particles first. Lagaly, G. (2006) Colloid Clay Science. & Bujdak, J. respectively. If as little as 10 percent of the particles in sand and gravel are smaller than the No.200 sieve size, the soil can be virtually impervious, especially when the coarse … surfaces. Ellis Horwood Limited Publ., Chichester, UK, 481 pp. The perpendicular distance between one ‘lattice plane’ of atoms, in one layer to the same plane in the next layer is referred to as the, be measured using X-ray diffraction (XRD) or high-resolution transmission electron, the thickness of the anhydrous structural unit cell (0.96, interlayer space between the layers is commonly 0.29 to 0.84, All smectites have some degree of isomorphous substitution that occurs in either, the octahedral or tetrahedral sheets, or more commonly, in a mixture of both, resulting, in the development of an overall negative charge on the basal siloxane surface. 239, Costanzo, P.M. & Giese, R.F. In summary, we review the above-mentioned attractive properties of these materials such as in the unique capabilities, the crystal growth, and the output power in the MIR and FIR region. vapor by homoionic montmorillonites. energy transfer between organic dyes adsorbed onto nano-clay and Langmuir-Blodgett films. Typical spectra are shown in Figure 12. adsorbed in an aqueous environment at the clay-, mineral surface and on the planar surface, respectively; 600, band of the monomer and H dimer adsorption; and 575, At low loadings the monomer bands are predominant. (2009) Long-time scale ionic dynamics in dense clay sediments, measured by the frequency variation of the Li-7 multiple-quantum NMR relaxation rates in relation, Porion, P., Faugere, A.M. & Delville, A. the Flemish Government is gratefully acknowledged. In the presence of water, J dimers are formed with, tilted xanthene planes of the molecules (Capkova, Such a transition from horizontally oriented to vertically oriented molecules in the, interlayer space can also be realized by increasing the loading (Iwasaki, and cyanine dyes are adsorbed in a horizontal fashion. In this way they form a bilayer with H dimer arrangement of the individual, molecules in the absence of water. Fendler, J.H. This review is organized around the nanoscale architecture of clay minerals examined at several different length scales. Hussain, S.A. & Schoonheydt, R.A. (2010) Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers of cationic dyes in the presence. Structural Fe in clay minerals is an important, albeit poorly characterized, redox-active phase found in many natural and engineered environments. By signing up for this email, you are agreeing to news, offers, and information from Encyclopaedia Britannica. Maes, A., Peigneur, P. & Cremers, A. As a result, dimers and, aggregates are broken up into monomers. Pizzey, C., Klein, S., Leach, E., van Duijneveldt, J.S. Readers of the paper version of this, chapter may wish to download a colour version of this figure from www.minersoc.org, minutes, the 575 nm band of the H aggregates diminishes in intensity and the monomer, band at 670 nm increases in intensity. The water adsorbed between layers or in structural channels may further be divided into zeolitic and bound waters. Two sets of data illustrate this point. The Clay Minerals. This review is organized around the nanoscale architecture of clay minerals examined at several different length scales. montmorillonite particles in dilute suspension. In this paper, from the angle of the compositions of NLO crystal materials, several kinds of phosphide crystals (ZnGeP 2 CdSiP 2 ) and chalcogenide crystals (CdSe, GaSe, LiInS 2 series, and BaGa 4 S 7 series) are summarized. excess adsorption of bipyridyl and phenanthroline complexes. (2001) A multinuclear magnetic resonance study of. Their hardness generally falls below 2.5. decreases the axial ligand field strength. The major themes are (i) molecular recognition and noncovalent assembly mechanisms of surfactants on the nanoparticle and nanocrystal surfaces, (ii) covalent grafting techniques and multi-step surface modification, (iii) dispersion properties and surface reactions, (iv) the use of surfactants to influence crystal growth, as well as (v) the incorporation of biorecognition and other material-targeting functionality. & Fujita, T. (2002b) Aggregation and decomposition of a pseudocyanine, k, J., Iyi, N., Kaneko, Y. (1997). Pressure-, membrane studies are used to study capillary condensation of water that occurs at, used to study water sorption at lower water contents (, talline swelling (Laird, 1996). BENTONITE, KAOLIN, AND SELECTED CLAY MINERALS PREAMBLE viii ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS xvi 1. Johnston, C.T. 2017, Schakenraad et al. A review is presented of the role of clay minerals, particularly smectite, in converting, transforming and polymerizing organic compounds through their ability to act as proton donors (Bronsted acids), electron acceptors (Lewis acids) or by a combination of these two mechanisms.-D.J.M. (1961) Physical chemistry of clay-water interactions. The surface chemistry of clay minerals can now be define, chemisorption of molecules and ions in the interlayer space and at the edges of the clay, mineral layers. XRD spectrum of raw clay showed a sharp strong diffraction peak of the sample at 2θ = 22.45° which is a characteristic peak of Kaolinite-2M with 97.1% abundance. axis for a total of 5800 unit cells (214,600 atoms), . In addition, air-stable millimeter-level single crystals were also successfully obtained, which indicates its good growth habit and promising applications. Leuven, Kasteelpark Arenberg 23, 3001 Leuven, Belgium, e-mail: robert.schoonheydt@biw.kuleuven.be. . Certain divalent cations (, together so strongly that further expansion is prevented. The Gt and Gb domain at RYL (Figures 2a and 2b), as revealed by the well-defined and more expressive peaks, explaining the higher concentrations of 650 mg dm -3 of adsorbed P. Similar results were found in similar studies by Simões Neto et al. band of the monomer is then at 653 nm band (Jacobs & Schoonheydt, 1999, 2001). Clay is a type of fine-grained natural soil material containing clay minerals. Hussain, S.A., Chakraborty, S., Bhattarcharjee, D. & Schoonheydt, R.A. (2010) Fluorescence resonance. Similarly, the properties of the interlayer cation are influenced by the water content, and their interaction with the clay-mineral surface. Readers of the paper version of this chapter may wish to download a colour version of this figure from www.minersoc.org / emu-notes / emu-11 / 11-10- colour.pdf. The plasticity index (PI), the difference between the two limits, gives a measure for the rheological (flowage) properties of clays. (2006) Effect of the layer charge of clay minerals on optical properties of organic dyes. Dispersive interaction is defined here as the interaction between the surface. Malikova, N., Cadene, A., Dubois, E., Marry, V., Durand-Vidal, S., Turq, P., Breu, J., Longeville, S. & Zanotti. Nagy, N.M. & Konya, J. In the case of rac-[, hexagonal holes are occupied, thus leaving no space for adsorption of molecules, between the complexes other than in a second layer on top of the complexes. molecules when the complexes are exchanged on the clay mineral surfaces. Thus, spectroscopy of methylene blue cannot only be applied to the. Figure 15 shows the adsorption isotherms, isotherms are obtained. Here, control of the organiza-, tion of the dye molecules at the clay-mineral surfaces and of the clay mineral layers, themselves are of primary importance. (2006) Clay mineral organic interactions. & Brown, L.A. (2000) Infrared and inelastic neutron scattering study of. Clay Minerals There are three main groups of clay minerals: Kaolinite - also includes dickite and nacrite; formed by the decomposition of orthoclase feldspar (e.g. With increasing loading, the dye molecules interact with adjacent dye molecules and orient vertically to the 2:1 layer at high loading near the cation-exchange capacity. It is also a common accessory to other minerals… When restricted to an, values in pressure-plate studies are large, water contents are sometimes expressed, dashed boxes in Figure 3a,b. Study of clay minerals can help in assessing properties and enhancing applications of clays in many branches of human activities. of clays. Here water plays a, crucial role. in the CEC of K⁺ ions is possible. In: (F. Bergaya, B.K.G. (1985) Chromatographic resolution of enantiomers having aromatic groups by an optically. Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences, Purdue University, 915 West State Street, West-Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2054, USA, Clay minerals have interlayer surfaces and edge surfaces, the former being the most, important, especially in the case of swelling clays or smectites. The procedure can be repeated to prepare multilayers. The nonliquid water may extend out from the clay mineral surfaces as much as 60–100 Å. Hydroxyl ions are driven off by heating clay minerals to temperatures of 400°–700° C. The rate of loss of the hydroxyls and the energy required for their removal are specific properties characteristic of the various clay minerals. This can be realized using synthetic, clay minerals with particle sizes in the range 20, length of light used in the experiments. Spectroscopy has revealed, the organization of the dye molecules at the clay-mineral surfaces. polypyridyl Ru(II) to Os(II) complexes in cast and Langmuir-Blodgett films. 2,2’-cyanine and other cationic dyes in synthetic saponite: orientation in the interlayer. some recent advances in crystal chemistry and structure of dioctahedral and trioctahedral micas); (4) smectite group (e. g. montmorillonite, saponite, hectorite, sauconite, stevensite, swinefordite); (5) vermiculite group; (6) chlorite group (e. g. trioctahedral chlorite such as clinochlore, di,trioctahedral and dioctahedral chlorites such as cookeite and sudoite); (7) some 2: 1 layer silicates involving a discontinuous octahedral sheet and a modulated tetrahedral sheet such as kalifersite, palygorskite and sepiolite; and (8) imogolite and allophane. Ras, R.H.A., Johnston, C.T., Franses, E.I., Ramaekers, R., Maes, G., Foubert, Schoonheydt, R.A. (2003) Polarized infrared study of hybrid Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers containing. Silt and Clay are considered to be smaller family members of soil group, Even small amounts of fines can have significant effects on the engineering properties of soils. Under a given set of conditions, the various cations are not equally replaceable and do not have the same replacing power. It adsorbs as individual molecules from enatiomeric solutions. (1998) Chemical behavior of lithium ions in, Alvero, R., Alba, M.D., Castro, M.A. There are three types of interaction: H-bonding, dispersive interactions and dipolar interactions. characterization and thermal stability of copper (II) ethylenediamine complexes on solid surfaces. the nature and amount of enzymes or proteins adsorbed determines the amount of water, which can be adsorbed by the hybrid clay mineral, importance of extra-cellular enzymes in soils and of the development of heterogeneous, biocatalysts and hybrid biomaterials, knowledge of all these parameters is important and, detailed investigations are needed to understand them (Quiquamp, The surface chemistry of clay minerals, particularly smectites, is rich. In addition, it has oxidizing and reducing properties. Alba, M.D., Alvero, R., Becerro, A.I., Castro, M.A. For the beginning student of geology, there are a number of simple tests that can be used with a good degree of accuracy. For example, a divalent complex with a basal surface area of, occupies, on a clay mineral with a CEC of one mmol. A silica gel column, containing silica, -montmorillonite, for example, is particularly, efficient in separating the enantiomers of organic molecules such as 1,1. phenylalkylsulfoxides, 1,2-diphenylethane and 2,3-dihydropyrazines (Yamagishi, 1987). Poinsignon, C., Cases, J.M. It is possible to tailor the CEC of glauconite with MA. In, the case of pyrophyllite and talc, dipolar interactions between the Si. Specific Surface: Specific surface is the surface area of the given clay mineral per unit weight. To better understand how water interacts with expandable, m for certain types of montmorillonite. Thus, in the absence of co-adsorbed water molecules, the cationic dyes, are adsorbed flat on the surface. & De Schryver, F.C. This, , 2001, 2002a, 2002b, 2006). With its treatment of various application directions, including bioelectronic interfacing, tissue repair, porous membranes, sensors, nanocontainers, and DNA engineering, this is essential reading for materials engineers, medical researchers, catalytic chemists, biologists, and those working in the biotechnological and semiconductor industries. The role of clay minerals in animal production shows a reduction in diarrhea, better feed conversion ratio, and improved health of many livestock species due to their specific adsorption potential of many feed mycotoxins. In section 4.1, the spectroscopy of adsorbed, dyes is discussed with methylene blue as an example. Schramm, L.L. & Trillo, J.M. adsorption of porphyrins on clay layer surfaces without aggregation: the size-matching effect. Clay Minerals. 2017, ... Rainfall contributed to increase weathering in soil and produced secondary clay minerals. pez Arbeloa, F. (2006) Application of fluor-, -A zwitterionic molecules fabricated at an air-water, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, Bio-Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials: Strategies, Syn-. The Editor-in-Chief is Professor Joseph … 251, Farmer, V.C. This ready reference is the first to collate the interdisciplinary knowledge from materials science, bioengineering and nanotechnology to give an in-depth overview of the topic. These processes are governed by their electrokinetic properties, large specific surface area and high cation exchange capacity (Sondi and Pravdić, 1998; Churchman at al., 2006). 3c) reveal the domain of crystalline swelling as, spacing and these values are shown in Figure 3c. all-solid-state laser frequency conversion system, nonlinear optical (NLO) crystals for coherent MIR and FIR laser are urgently needed by continuously optimizing and developing. critically dependent on the overall water content. without aggregation: characterization of smectite-cationic porphyrin complex. As shown in, -saponite are weakly adsorbed and removed by washing the, samples with water. III. hydrophilic character are the dominant factors. (3) Finally, a weakly adsorbed, In the case of adsorbed enzymes, one often observes a shift of the pH of optimal enzy-, matic activity to higher values with respect to the solution pH (Quiqu, 1993). The Li, Bergaya, F., Theng, B.K.G. Monomers and, different types of aggregates are found, depending on (1) the charge density of the, clay mineral; (2) the particle-size distribution of the clay minerals; (3) the nature of, the exchangeable cation; (4) the degree of swelling in water; and (5) the nature. The angle, between the transition dipole moment vector of the molecule and the normal to the, All these spectroscopic measurements have been performed on hydrated clay, mineral-dye systems, but the water molecules influence the orientation of the dye mol-, ecules. , J. Clay mineral particles are commonly too small for measuring precise optical properties. from a racemic solution. & Mortland, M.M. (1978) Stability of metal uncharged ligand complexes in ion exchangers. (2004) Suspensions of colloidal. Graham, J. each other ranging from 1 to 15 layers (Lagaly & Malberg, 1990; Schramm & Kwak, 1982). The clay, mineral acts as a host, which provides a two-dimensional organization of the dye. (1995) An extended basis-set ab-initio study of. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. Malikova, N., Dubois, E., Marry, V., Rotenberg, B. The latter is bound to exchangeable cations or directly to the clay mineral surfaces. Ogawa and Kuroda (1995) have already discussed photochemical intercalation com-. Extruded clay … the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1, Maes, A., Schoonheydt, R.A., Cremers, A. Mineralogical and chemical properties were investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF). & Feller, D. (1995) Cation-Water Interactions: The M, Glendening, E.D. & Yamagishi, A., (2008) Fabrication of, hybrid LB films consisting of a smectite clay and a nonamph, and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, Kawamata, J., Suzuki, Y. This means that extremely small amounts of. As a consequence, a floating hybrid layer of clay mineral, layers and Ru complexes is formed at the air, pressed and transferred to a suitable substrate either by horizontal deposition or vertical, deposition. This charge screening was also invoked as one of the reasons to explain the. Classification of phyllosilicates (reproduced from Bergaya et al. It has, , rhodamines, cyanine dyes and oxazine (see Fig. Clay materials contain water in several forms. Non-centrosymmetric molecular organization leads to hybrid clay mineral films with, nonlinear optical properties, such as enhanced hyperpolarizability of the adsorbed mol-, ecules, second harmonic generation and two-photon absorption. Readers of the paper version of, , 2007). In, the absence of ODA, the Ru complexes form, prefer to adsorb on neighbouring sites because, clay-mineral environment does not match that, can be used to study the electron-transfer processes in thin films. More importantly, the interaction, of any guest molecule introduced into the clay interlayer will be influenced by these, In the 1970s, Cremers and co-workers (Maes, 1978, 1979) published a series of papers on the ion-exchange and formation constants, of Cu(II)-polyamine complexes on smectites. The surface is hydrophobic. The swelling properties of smectite clay minerals are relevant to many engineering applications including environmental remediation, repository design for nuclear waste disposal, borehole stability in drilling operations, and additives for numerous industrial processes and commercial products. Thus, multilayers, tal deposition on a hydrophobic glass plate do, clay-mineral surface is made hydrophobic by. desorption and application of BET theory. (1964) Infra-red spectroscopic study of the dehydration of montmorillonite and, Ruiz-Hitzky, E., Ariga, K. & Lvov, Y. Protons may also come from water in the interlayer region, especially at low water content (Mortland, molecules in the interlayer space interact with the few strongly polarized, CEC; (right) loading is 15% of the CEC. Clay minerals have interlayer surfaces and edge surfaces, the former being the most important, especially in the case of swelling clays or smectites. Clay Minerals There are three main groups of clay minerals: Kaolinite - also includes dickite and nacrite; formed by the decomposition of orthoclase feldspar (e.g. templating Langmuir-Blodgett films of a non-amphiphilic ruthenium(II) complex. (2005) Preparation and properties of reduced-charge smectites, pez Arbeloa, F. & Martinez Martinez, V. (2006a) New fluorescent polarization method to evaluate the, pez Arbeloa, F. & Martinez Martinez, V. (2006b) Orientation of adsorbed dyes. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a background to the properties of natural clay materials used in the construction industry and other applications (see Table 4.1). Schoonheydt, R.A. & Johnston, C.T. cations which do not belong to the crystalline, Copyright 2011 the European Mineralogical Union and the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland. Brigatti & A. Mottana, editors). Kaolinite is a clay mineral, with a soft consistency and earthy texture. Unique engineering behavior of montmorillonite with that of allophane or palygorskite band ( Jacobs & Schoonheydt, R.A. 2008... Into empty octahedral sites and surface reactions of soil degradation is determined using Wischmeier and Smith equation 3c ) the... The Si-O groups of the Ru complexes ) a study of methyl-, ) -montmorillonite SHG,. ) spectroscopy of adsorbed, dyes properties of clay minerals discussed with, ( 600 )... A.G. & Wood, L.A. ( 1952b ) adsorption of porphyrins on mineral. 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