Low temperature hydrothermal synthesis from dolomite or calcite, quartz and kaolinite

  • Bayliss P
  • Levhinson A
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Abstract- Dolomite or calcite, quartz and kaolinite in various proportions were reacted at 250-300~ temperatures and pressures up to 90 bars in a hydrous environment. Reactions which approached completion produced talc, calcite, montmorillonite, anorthite (both metastable hexagonal and stable triclinic polymorphs) and the rare Ca-zeolite, garronite. These reactions are applicable to diagenesis, low-grade metamorphism and hydrothermal alteration.

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  • P. Bayliss

  • A. A. Levhinson

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