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Chapter 2 continued 2:1 phyllosilicates. Isomorphous Substitution Substitution, during formation, of one ion for another of similar SIZE (but not necessarily.

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1 Chapter 2 continued 2:1 phyllosilicates

2 Isomorphous Substitution Substitution, during formation, of one ion for another of similar SIZE (but not necessarily the same charge) in an ionic solid without changing the structure (shape, morphology) of the crystal. Isomorphic = “same shape”

3 2 Tetrahedral sheets http://pubpages.unh.edu/~harter/crystal.htm#2:1%20MINERALS + 1 octahedral sheet

4 Form 2:1 minerals

5 Oreo cookies serve as models for layer minerals (phyllosilicates) One Oreo can be a mica or smectite-type mineral First proposed by Jerry Irvin at UCR

6 Two Oreo cookies can be split and reconstructed to form a 1:1 mineral Kaolinite

7 Muscovite (Tet’l sub’n) K 2 [(Si 6, Al 2 )] IV [Al 4 ] VI O 20 (OH) 4 (6 x Si 4+ ) + (6 x Al 3+ ) = 42+ (20 x O 2- ) +(4 x OH 1- ) = 44- 42 + + 44 - = -2 Net charge = -2 Satisfied by 2 x K 1+ ions that are “fixed” or tightly held in interlayer Pyrophyllite (no sub’n) [Si 8 ] IV [Al 4 ] VI O 20 (OH) 4 (8 x Si 4+ ) + (4 x Al 3+ ) = 44+ (20 x O 2- ) +(4 x OH 1- ) = 44- 44 + + 44 - = 0 Net charge = 0

8 http://www.a-m.de/images/pyrophyllit_01gre.jpg Pyrophyllite Muscovite (mica)

9 www.geoclassroom.com/mineralogy/silicatelayer.gif

10 High-charge 2:1 minerals Micax = 2 Dioctahedral: MuscoviteK x [Si,Al] 8 [Al 4 ]O 20 (OH, F) 4 Paragonite Na x [Si,Al] 8 [Al 4 ]O 20 (OH, F) 4 Trioctahedral: Biotite K x [Si,Al] 8 [Mg, Fe, Al] 6 O 20 (OH, F) 4 Phlogopite K x [Si,Al] 8 [Mg 6 ]O 20 (OH, F) 4 LepidoliteK x [Si,Al] 8 [Li,Al] 6 O 20 (OH, F) 4

11 Mica hand samples

12 High-charge 2:1 mineral properties Source of K + in soils as they weather Non-expansive, non-sticky, non-plastic S.A. = 70-120 m 2 /g (mostly external) CEC = 10 - 40 cmol/kg c-spacing = 1.0 nm Interlayer held tightly together by K + fit in ditrigonal cavities of tetrahedral sheet

13 (100) Plane)(001) Plane http://www.geoclassroom.com/mineralogy/phyllosilicates.html Mica structure

14 http:// pubs.usgs.gov/of/2001/of01-041/htmldocs/images/illstruc.jpg

15 2:1 minerals with low layer charge (x) Smectitesx = 0.4 – 1.2 Dioctahedral Montmorillonite M x,H 2 O [Si 8 ][Al,Mg] 4 O 20 (OH) 4 Beidellite M x,H 2 O [Si,Al] 8 [Al 4 ]O 20 (OH) 4 Nontronite M x,H 2 O [Si,Al] 8 [Fe +3 ] 4 O 20 (OH) 4 Trioctahedral SaponiteM x,H 2 O [Si,Al] 8 [Mg 6 ]O 20 (OH) 4 HectoriteM x,H 2 O [Si 8 ][Mg,Li] 6 O 20 (OH) 4

16 http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2001/of01-041/htmldocs/images/monstru.jpg

17 Low-charge smectite properties Shrink-swell characteristics Plastic High S.A. (both external + internal or interlayer area) = 600-800 m 2 /g High CEC; 80-150 cmol/kg Expansive - c-spacing variable with cation saturation and heat (1.0 –2.0 nm) Very small particles (fine clay) Flakey shape (e.g., corn flakes)

18 Authigenic smectite (montmorillonite) overgrown on pore spaces and authigenicly-overgrown quartz grains in a sandstone. http://webmineral.com/specimens/picshow.php?id=1285

19 Quartz. This SEM (scanning electron microscope) photograph shows authigenic quartz crystals and smectite clay coating another mineral grain. http://www.glossary.oilfield.slb.com/DisplayImage.cfm?ID=163 authigenicquartzsmectiteclaycoatingmineral

20 Montmorillonite www-esd.lbl.gov/sposito/figure created by Dr. Sung-Ho Park

21 surface cracks in Vertisol (Utah) soils.ag.uidaho.edu/soilorders/i/Vert_07b.jpg

22 soils.ag.uidaho.edu/soilorders/vertisols_07.htm Damage to buildings on Vertisols


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