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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 21  1962
Changes in the Physical Properties of a Kaolinite Clay on Heating and their Structural Implications
SUDHIR SEN
Pages : 49-54
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1962.11011980
Abstract
The effect of heat on structural changes in kaolinite was studz'ed by measuring density, loss in wei;ght, linear shrinkage and moisture absorption of a 95% kaolinite clay heat:ed to dzYfenent temperatures. The r~sults show that metakaoline is formed around 500C, and it partia~ly retains the .1truct~re of kaolinite. With further riM in temperature, the semblance of crystallinity is lost g11adually and a new crystanine phase appears at about 850C, as envisaged bv Brindley and Nakahira.
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