Establishing the Value of All-hazards Risk Mitigation. by Francis J. D'Addario (Auth.)

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The chemical composition of original and treated crystals (Table 1) has been studied by wave-length dispersion spectrometry using a Cameca MS-46 electron microprobe (Geological Institute, Kola Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Apatity) operating at 20 kV and 20–30 nA. The following standards were used: lorenzenite (Na, Ti), pyrope (Mg, Al), diopside (Si, Ca), wadeite (K), synthetic MnCO3 (Mn), hematite (Fe), celestine (Sr), metallic niobium (Nb), barite (Ba), lepidolite (Ru), pollucite (Cs) and atacamite (Cl).

Nicholas Copernicus University Press, Toru´n, pp 171–185 Bosenick A, Dove MT, Myers ER, Palin EJ, Sainz–Diaz CI, Guiton BS, Warren MC, Craig MS, Redfern SAT (2001) Computational methods for the study of energies of cation distributions: applications to cation-ordering phase transitions and solid solutions. Mineral Mag 65:193–219 Dent Glasser LS, Henderson AP, Howie RA (1982) Refinement of the structure of a framework aluminate. Acta Crystallogr B38:24–27 Depmeier W (1988a) Structure of cubic aluminate sodalite Ca8 [Al12 O24 ](WO4 ) in comparison with its orthorhombic phase and with cubic Sr8 [Al12 O24 ](CrO4 ).

The pattern is similar to those reported for pharmacosiderite-type titanosilicates reported previously and the mineral phases reported herein. Discussion Since the K content in the minerals under consideration is about 1 and the minerals are highly hydrated, we believe that the K+ cations occupy the large cavities in the titanosilicate framework. 05 A. account some deficiency of Ti in the structure (see Table 1), such re-equilibrium seems to be much more reliable. Divalent copper can be separated from a hydrothermal solution due to its affinity to hydration.

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