Mineralogy, chemistry and potential utilization of clays from coal deposits in the Kutahya province, Western Turkey

2008-12-01
Tuerkmenoglu, Asuman Guenal
Yavuz-Isik, Nurdan
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.
APPLIED CLAY SCIENCE

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Citation Formats
A. G. Tuerkmenoglu and N. Yavuz-Isik, “Mineralogy, chemistry and potential utilization of clays from coal deposits in the Kutahya province, Western Turkey,” APPLIED CLAY SCIENCE, pp. 63–73, 2008, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/65683.