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Title

Effect of the crystal chemistry on the hydration mechanism of swelling micas

AuthorsPavón, Esperanza ; Alba, María D. ; Castro Arroyo, Miguel Ángel ; Cota, Agustín; Osuna, Francisco J. ; Pazos, M. Carolina
KeywordsWater adsorption
Clays
Swelling interlayer
2:1 layer phyllosilicates
Hydration
Dehydration
Issue Date2017
PublisherElsevier
CitationGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 217: 231-239 (2017)
AbstractSwelling and dehydration under minor changes in temperature and water vapor pressure is an important property that clays and clay minerals exhibit. In particular, their interlayer space, the solid-water interface and the layers’ collapse and re-expansion have received much attention because it affects to the dynamical properties of interlayer cations and thus the transfer and fate of water and pollutants. In this contribution, the dehydration and rehydration mechanism of a swelling high-charge mica family is examined by in situ X-ray Diffraction. The effect of the aluminosilicate layer charge and the physicochemical properties of the interlayer cations on these processes are analyzed. The results showed that the dehydration temperature and the number of steps involved in this process are related to the layer charge of the silicate and the physicochemical properties of the interlayer cations. Moreover, the ability to adsorb water molecules in a confined space with high electric field by the interlayer cations does not only depend on their hydration enthalpy but also on the electrostatic parameters of these cations
Publisher version (URL)htpp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2017.08.028
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/155537
DOI10.1016/j.gca.2017.08.028
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