層状ケイ酸塩鉱物にみられる混合層構造 [in Japanese] The Interstratified Structure in Phyllosilicate Minerals-with Special Reference to Interstratified Clay Minerals- [in Japanese]
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In phyllosilicate minerals, specially in fine-grained clay minerals, it is well known that interstratification is formed among two or more kinds of clay minerals being elementary component layers. The interstratification can be described by using the statistical theory and analysed with the XPD theory concerning one-dimensionally disordered crystals. Recently, the interpretation of the interstratified structure of clay minerals has attracted special interest in crystallographical and geochemical fields. This text gives an interpretation to the Interstratified structure and points at geochemical interest focusing to the crystallochemical problem of interstratified clay minerals.
X-RAYS 37(4), 206-214, 1995-08-30
The Crystallographic Society of Japan