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Geochemistry of Clay-Pore Fluid Interactions…

Geochemistry of Clay-Pore Fluid Interactions (The Mineralogical Society…

by D. A. C. Manning

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30% discount for members of The Mineralogical Society of Britain and Ireland

This book contains review papers covering such issues as the geometrical characterization of porous solids and particle aggregates using synchroton radiation techniques. A review of the phenomenon of overpressuring primal global distribution of clay minerals, and the use of clays as barriers in waste disposal are also included.

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