Data Handbook for Clay Materials and Other Non-metallic Minerals: Providing Those Involved in Clay Research and Industrial Application with Sets of Authoritative Data Describing the Physical and Chemical Properties and Mineralogical Composition of the Available Reference Materials
H. Van Olphen, J. J. Fripiat
Elsevier Science & Technology, 1979 - Clay minerals - 346 pages
SUMMARY:"providing those involved in clay research and industrial application with sets of authoritative data describing the physical and chemical properties and minerological composition of the available reference materials"
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