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Mineralogy of Pliocene to Pleistocene Pelitic Sediments of The Great Hungarian Plain

Reference:
Acta Mineralogica-Petrographica, Szeged 2002, Vol. 43, pp. 39-53

Szerző:
Viczián István

Abstract:

 

Mineralogical composition of pelitic sediments of the Great Hungarian Plain is reviewed in this paper. Published data and unpublished analyses made in the laboratories of the Geological Institute of Hungary a total of about 150 samples were collected. Determinations were made mainly by X-ray diffraction, the data were systematically corrected by comparison with the results of thermal analysis and partly chemical analysis. All data were revised and recalculated in a uniform system in order to obtain comparable results. In the bulk composition dominant clay minerals are smectite, illite/smectite, illite and chlorite. In the

 

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acta2002, alluvial deposits, clay minerals, Great Hungarian Plain, Pliocene, Quaternary, rock-water interaction, variegated clay

 

 




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