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Thermodynamics of rock-forming crystalline solutions.
Surendra K. Saxena
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As opposed to molecular solutions, in which the molecules mix with each other, crystalline solutions are characterized by the mixing of ions (or atoms) on a variety of crystal structure sites. A comprehensive treatment of the thermodynamics of crystalline solutions, a . Minerals form under a variety of conditions: the cooling of lava or liquid solutions, the evaporation of mineral-rich water and at high temperatures and pressures found in the core of the earth. They have a solid, crystalline structure, and are arranged in geometric patterns at the atomic level.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saxena, Surendra Kumar, Thermodynamics of rock-forming crystalline solutions. Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (volumes) Contents: And Acknowledgements --I.
Thermodynamic Relations in Crystalline Solutions Crystalline Solutions Choice of a Chemical Component General Properties of Solutions dynamic Models for Crystalline Solutions Regular Solution Model Thermodynamics of Rock-Forming Crystalline Solutions (Minerals, Rocks and Mountains (8)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
Edition by Surendra K. Cited by: Saxena S.K. () Thermodynamic Relations in Crystalline Solutions. In: Thermodynamics of Rock-Forming Crystalline Solutions. Minerals, Rocks and Inorganic Materials (Monograph Series of Theoretical and Experimental Studies), vol by: 1. The Paperback of the Crystalline Space by A.K.
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Michael Howard) It has taken me a lifetime to put together this book collection. It has heavy emphasis on Diamonds, Quartz, Mining, Igneous Rock Petrology/Petrography, Mineralogy, and Crystallography. This type of solutions are known as reciprocal solutions. An example is the two-site garnet solid solution (Fe,Mg) 3 (Al,Cr) 2 Si 3 O 12, where the inert part Si 3 O 12 corresponds to P.
The molar Gibbs energy of such a two-site binary reciprocal solution may be expressed using the reference surface illustrated in Figure 1 (Hillert. There are several possibilities to decipher quantitatively the conditions of formation of rocks through thermodynamic calculations.
First, the measured mineral compositions, together with a small number of equilibrium conditions, can be used (i) in directly calibrated geothermometers and/or geobarometers, and (ii) in calculations employing internally-consistent thermodynamic data sets (e.g. Saxena Thermodynamics of rock-forming crystalline solutions (Minerals, Rocks and Inorganic Materials: Monograph Series of Theoretical and Experimental Studies, vol.
8). Berlin, Heidelberg, and New York (Springer-Verlag), xii pp., 67 figs. Price DM ($).Equilibrium thermodynamics in petrology: an introduction Petrology, thermodynamics QE P4 S28 Saxena, S.K.
Thermodynamics of rock-forming crystalline solutions Crystalline, solid solutions, thermodynamics QE G7 Griffiths, J.C. Scientific method in analysis of sediments Petrology, lab manuals QE E87 Yoder, H.S. (Ed.).Publisher Summary. With the advent of powerful digital computers, determination of structure has become routine in modern research in synthetic the powdered crystalline solid diffracts monochromatic X-radiation,the diffraction pattern will be a series of concentric rings, rather than spots, because of the random orientation of the crystals in the sample.