Mineralogical analysis of Ankara clay by X-ray powder diffraction methods.

Söylemez, Necmi


Mineralogical and sorption characteristics of Ankara Clay as a landfill liner
Sezer, GA; Turkmenoglu, AG; Göktürk, Emine Hale (Elsevier BV, 2003-05-01)
Mineralogical and sorption capacity characteristics of Ankara Clay, which is widespread around the Ankara region, Turkey, have been studied for the purpose of its potential use as a landfill liner. This clay is Pliocene in age and was deposited in a fluvial environment. Mineralogically it consists mainly of illite, smectite, chlorite and kaolinite minerals. The non- clay minerals, quartz, feldspars, calcite and Fe-Ti oxides are detected. Its cation exchange capacity (CEC) is determined as 41 meq/100 g using...
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Widespread vein-type carbonate (e.g., travertine) occurrences developed along active fault systems during the late Quaternary period in Turkey, a region of known active tectonism. This study presents preliminary high precision U-series and geochemical data on hypogenic fluids migrated and precipitated as carbonate veins along fractures developed in NNW-SSE trending active fault zones in S Anatolia (Ören-Anamur and Gazipaşa). U-series dates of fault-related carbonate (mainly as calcite) vein and fault plane ...
Citation Formats
N. Söylemez, “Mineralogical analysis of Ankara clay by X-ray powder diffraction methods.,” Middle East Technical University, 1972.