Some of the latter contain plagioclase phenocrysts nearly totallysaussuritized (epidote + white mica), with or without altered mafic minerals including biotite, in an altered groundmass of cloudy/saussuritized plagioclase, amphibole, chlorite
, biotite, ilmenite, +/- titanite/leucoxene, calcite (abundant in a few), quartz, and rare serpentine, chalcedony(?
The formation of chlorite
membrane was suitable for the reservoir (Ehrenberg, 1993; Hurst & Nadeau, 1995; He, 2010): (1) Chlorite
membrane could increase the mechanical strength of rock and resist the compaction to some extent, thus making the primary intergranular pore unable diminish further by compaction.
0 [Angstrom] illite and 14 [Angstrom] chlorite
peaks on XRD patterns of Mg saturated and heated samples respectively and suggest the presence of random mixed layer structures (Figs.
comprised the majority of the clay mineralogy of the soil (Fig.
Mixed in distilled water, the sodium chlorite
is delivered through Mr.
On all three drill sections the granite has been intensely and pervasively altered by deep red haematite, specular haematite (shiny and reflective) and chlorite
Palintest's chronoamperometric method, using the ChlordioX[TM] Plus, quickly, accurately and precisely measures Chlorine Dioxide and Chlorite
The acidified sodium chlorite
and chlorine treatments reduced E.
can cause kidney failure and methemoglobinemia, a condition in which red blood cells do not bind with oxygen.
ions are mainly formed during NOM oxidation, though it is also a product of a complex mechanism of the decomposition of Cl[O.
Its crystals grew directly on basaltic rock or chlorite
, more rarely on a first generation of quartz.
The US claims the EU is breaking its WTO free trade obligations by blocking imports of poultry carcasses treated with chlorine dioxide, acidified sodium chlorite
, trisodium phosphate and peroxyacids.