Record details

Title
    Mineralogy, petrography and geochemistry of sediments used in pollutant sorption experiments
Author
    Koubová, Magdaléna
    Müller, Pavel
    Zeman, Josef
Language
    anglicky
Publication type
    článek v periodiku
Source title - serial
    Bulletin of Geosciences
Vol./nr.
    Roč. 78, č. 3
Pages
    6
Year
    2003
Thesaurus term
    carbonate cement
    chlorite
    clay minerals
    illite
    kaolinite
    lake bottom sediment
    sandstone
    smectite
    soil
Keyword
    Experiments
    Geochemistry
    Mineralogy
    Petrography
    Pollutant
    Sediments
    Sorption
    Used
Abstract (in english)
   Sediments from the bottom of the Horní Bečva Reservoir(HBS2,HBS6,HBV4)contain identical mineral phases andvaryinclaycontents(HBS2 1wt%,HBV4 18.5wt%).Withtheincreasingclayamount,thecontentsofFe-oxyhydroxidesandorganicmatteralsoincrease.Claymineralsinlakebottomsedimentsarerepresentedmainlybykaolinite(K),chlorite(C)andmixed-layerillite/smectite(I/S)withexpandabilityofca.40%S[(K>C)=I/S].NeogeneargillaceousandsiltysandstonefromStaréMěsto(SMA)comprisesthehighestamountofclayfraction(31wt%).Phyllosilicates,especiallysmectiteandkaolinite(S=K),surroundtherock-formingminerals.H(Hevlín)and Žd(Ždánice)PaleogeneandNeogenesiltysandstonescontaincarbonatecement(dolomite>calcite).ThedominantclaymineralinbothsandstonesisI/Swithexpandabilityofca.95%S.TheHsamplecontainsalsoaconsiderableamountofchloriteanddiscreteillite(S>C>Id). Žd samplecompriseslesskaolinitepluschloriteanddiscreteillite[S>(K>C)>Id].
Contributor
    MU Brno, Přírodovědecká fakulta
Contributor code
    MU, PřF
Source format
    R
Import date
    8. 8. 2012