Mineralogical investigation on Fe-Ti oxides and other minerals in some beach sands of eastern black sea coast.

Baycan, Ayla


Mineralogical and chemical properties of bentonites from southwest Çankırı basın.
Güngör, Pınar; Türkmenoğlu, Asuman; Department of Geological Engineering (1992)
Mineralogy, chemistry and potential utilization of clays from coal deposits in the Kutahya province, Western Turkey
Tuerkmenoglu, Asuman Guenal; Yavuz-Isik, Nurdan (Elsevier BV, 2008-12-01)
Kutahya graben is one of the largest E-W trending grabens of Western Turkey consisting of Tavsanli and Seyitomer sub-basins filled with Neogene continental deposits. These deposits contain economic lignite seams and the clay samples investigated in this study are closely related to the commercial lignite deposits since they occur underlying or overlying the major coal seams and also intercalated with them.
Mineralogical, petrographical and geochemical properties of zeolite bearing tuffs in nw Anatolia (Turkey)
Özen, Sevgi; Göncüoğlu, Mehmet Cemal; Department of Geological Engineering (2008)
The purpose of this study is to understand the geological, petrographical, mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of analcime-bearing tuffs in the Biga Peninsula and to determine formation process of these tuffs. The study area lies between Ayvacık and Küçükkuyu. The rock units are pre-Eocene basement rocks, Miocene Behram Volcanics (Arıklı Tuff, andesite, andesitic agglomerate), Pliocene volcanics, Miocene lacustrine sediments (Küçükkuyu Formation) and Quaternary alluvium. Analcimes which are found ...
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...
Mineralogical analysis of Ankara clay by X-ray powder diffraction methods.
Söylemez, Necmi; Department of Civil Engineering (1972)
Citation Formats
A. Baycan, “Mineralogical investigation on Fe-Ti oxides and other minerals in some beach sands of eastern black sea coast.,” Middle East Technical University, 1973.