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Sedimentology (2001) 48, 533±557 The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes MARK W. HOU NSLOW 1 School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR3 7TJ, UK ABSTRACT The crystallographic fabric of siderite in siderite concretions has been determined for upper

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The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions:

Jun 01, 2001  The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes Hounslow, Mark W. Abstract. Publication: Sedimentology. Pub Date: June 2001 DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-3091.2001.00375.x Bibcode: 2001Sedim..48..533H ...

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The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation Keyphrases siderite nucleation crystallographic fabric

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Magnetic and crystallographic fabrics of siderite in concretions:

The crystallographic fabric of siderite in siderite concretions has been determined for upper Carboniferous (Westphalian-A) non-marine concretions and lower Jurassic (Pliensbachian) marine concretions. Compositional zoning indicates that individual siderite crystals grew over a period of changing pore water chemistry, consistent with the concretions being initially a diffuse patch of cement ...

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Magnetic and crystallographic fabrics of siderite in concretions:

The siderite crystallographic fabric was analysed using the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, which is carried by paramagnetic siderite. The siderite concretions from marine and non-marine formations exhibit differences in fabric style, although both display increases in the degree of preferred siderite c-axis orientation towards the ...

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Siderite: Mineral information, data and localities.

ID Species Reference Link Year Locality Pressure (GPa) Temp (K) 0000101: Siderite: Graf D L (1961) Crystallographic tables for the rhombohedral carbonates American Mineralogist 46 1283-1316 1961: 0: 293: 0020837: Siderite: Effenberger H, Mereiter K, Zemann J (1981) Crystal structure refinements of magnesite, calcite, rhodochrosite, siderite, smithsonite, and dolomite, with discussion of some ...

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Magnetic and crystallographic fabrics of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation

The crystallographic fabric of siderite in siderite concretions has been determined for upper Carboniferous (Westphalian-A) non-marine concretions and lower Jurassic (Pliensbachian) marine concretions. Compositional zoning indicates that individual siderite crystals grew over a period of changing pore water chemistry, consistent with the concretions being initially a diffuse patch of cement ...

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Magnetic and crystallographic fabrics of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation

The siderite crystallographic fabric was analysed using the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, which is carried by paramagnetic siderite. The siderite concretions from marine and non-marine formations exhibit differences in fabric style, although both display increases in the degree of preferred siderite c-axis orientation towards the ...

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Sedimentology: Vol 48, No 3 - Wiley Online Library

Dec 21, 2001  The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes. Mark W. Hounslow; Pages: 533-557; First Published: 21 December 2001; Abstract; Full text PDF; References; Request permissions; no

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The role of crystallographic fabric in the generation of seismic anisotropy and reflectivity of

Feb 01, 1998  Preferred crystallographic orientations of calcite c- axes were measured optically using a universal micro- scope stage, but complete orientation distributions for both rock types were measured by X-ray texture goniometry. The X-ray textures were determined using a Scintag XDS2000 texture goniometer with CuKa radiation.

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On the Birth of Structural and Crystallographic Fabric Signals

In contrast to the long history of crystallographic fabric measurements in deep firn and ice (Perutz et al., 1939; Gow and Williamson, 1976), the crystallographic fabric of snow has only recently been studied. The evolution of the crystallographic fabric of a natural alpine snow sample subjected to a temperature gradient was analyzed from thin ...

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Sedimentary facies and climate control on formation of vivianite and siderite

Sep 19, 2006  Hounslow MW (2001) The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes. Sedimentology 48:533–557. CAS Article Google Scholar

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Phyllosilicate orientation demonstrates early timing of

Jul 20, 2008  The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes Sedimentology , 48 ( 3 ) ( 2001 ) , pp. 533 - 557 View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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(PDF) Book reviews. Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in

The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes. By Mark W Hounslow. Paleomagnetic evidence for dextral strike-slip motion in the Pyrenees during alpine convergence (Mauléon basin, France. By teresa roman.

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Olivine Crystallographic Fabrics and Their P-wave Velocity Structures within Peridotites in

A new method is proposed to classify olivine fabrics based on P-wave velocity structure on a Vp-Flinn diagram. Three P-wave velocities ( V 1 , V 2 , V 3 ) are used, two of which are the maximum ( V 1 ) and minimum ( V 3 ) velocities, and the third ( V 2 ) is the velocity perpendicular to the

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Crystallographic Texture and Thermal Conductivity of Zirconia Thermal Barrier Coatings Deposited

Dec 20, 2004  Similarly, the crystallographic texture was also independent of the substrate and had a (111) fiber texture at 700° and 900°C, switching to a (200) fiber texture by 1050°C. The exception was the coating deposited at 1150°C on (111) single‐crystal zirconia which was epitaxial and exhibited a thermal conductivity of 2.46 W/(mK).

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Relationship between Crystallographic Fabric (Texture) and

Textures Development in Cold-Worked Ferrite-Pearlite Steels by Drawing to Moderate Reductions p.3661 Home Materials Science Forum Materials Science Forum Vols. 426-432 Relationship between Crystallographic Fabric...

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Crystallographic Fabrics, Grain Boundary Microstructure and

The characterization of grain boundaries and shapes along with crystallographic preferred orientations (CPOs) are a key aspect of investigations of rock microstructures for their correlation with deformation mechanisms. Rapid developments have occurred in the studying rock microstructures due to recent improvements in analytical techniques such as Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD).

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Crystalloblastic texture Article about crystalloblastic texture

Find out information about crystalloblastic texture. A crystalline texture resulting from metamorphic recrystallization under conditions of high viscosity and directed pressure. McGraw-Hill Dictionary of...

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Deconvolution of morphological texture from

crystallographic texture of 316L stainless-steel yarns woven into a fabric. The crystallographic texture obtained from straight yarns was used as the reference texture. The X-ray diffraction measurements reveal the weave pattern but with some ghosting errors. These are attributed to an insufficient measurement

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Sedimentology: Vol 48, No 3 - Wiley Online Library

Dec 21, 2001  The crystallographic fabric and texture of siderite in concretions: implications for siderite nucleation and growth processes. Mark W. Hounslow; Pages: 533-557; First Published: 21 December 2001; Abstract; Full text PDF; References; Request permissions; no

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On the Birth of Structural and Crystallographic Fabric Signals

In contrast to the long history of crystallographic fabric measurements in deep firn and ice (Perutz et al., 1939; Gow and Williamson, 1976), the crystallographic fabric of snow has only recently been studied. The evolution of the crystallographic fabric of a natural alpine snow sample subjected to a temperature gradient was analyzed from thin ...

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Crystallographic textures - Géosciences Montpellier

use of the term texture, which they apply to any description of the spatial arrangement or associa- tion of mineral grains in a rock relative to each other. Crystallographic textures in rocks are more usually referred to as fabrics or petrofabrics (e.g. Sander, 1970; Hobbs and Heard, 1986; and many others).

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Crystallographic Fabrics, Grain Boundary Microstructure and

The characterization of grain boundaries and shapes along with crystallographic preferred orientations (CPOs) are a key aspect of investigations of rock microstructures for their correlation with deformation mechanisms. Rapid developments have occurred in the studying rock microstructures due to recent improvements in analytical techniques such as Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD).

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Relationship between Crystallographic Fabric (Texture) and

Textures Development in Cold-Worked Ferrite-Pearlite Steels by Drawing to Moderate Reductions p.3661 Home Materials Science Forum Materials Science Forum Vols. 426-432 Relationship between Crystallographic Fabric...

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Deconvolution of morphological texture from

crystallographic texture of 316L stainless-steel yarns woven into a fabric. The crystallographic texture obtained from straight yarns was used as the reference texture. The X-ray diffraction measurements reveal the weave pattern but with some ghosting errors. These are attributed to an insufficient measurement

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Crystallographic Texture and Thermal Conductivity of Zirconia Thermal Barrier Coatings Deposited

Dec 20, 2004  Similarly, the crystallographic texture was also independent of the substrate and had a (111) fiber texture at 700° and 900°C, switching to a (200) fiber texture by 1050°C. The exception was the coating deposited at 1150°C on (111) single‐crystal zirconia which was epitaxial and exhibited a thermal conductivity of 2.46 W/(mK).

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Olivine Crystallographic Fabrics and Their P-wave Velocity Structures within Peridotites in

A new method is proposed to classify olivine fabrics based on P-wave velocity structure on a Vp-Flinn diagram. Three P-wave velocities ( V 1 , V 2 , V 3 ) are used, two of which are the maximum ( V 1 ) and minimum ( V 3 ) velocities, and the third ( V 2 ) is the velocity perpendicular to the

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Crystallographic Fabrics, Grain Boundary Microstructure and

that dislocation creep was the dominant deformation mechanism. BIFs with granoblastic texture and strong CPOs do support dislocation creep, as do the specularite-bearing rocks. We reinterpret specularites as originating in post-tectonic grain growth, after major dislocation creep produced strong crystallographic fabrics.

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Tectonic Fabric Terminology - Geology In

Fabric The geometric arrangement of component features in a rock, seen on a scale large enough to include many samples of each feature. ... Texture The pattern of crystallographic axes in an aggregate of grains; also crystallographic fabric. Read also: The Terminology of a Fold.

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Microscale strain partitioning? Differential quartz

K. P. Larson et al.: Differential quartz crystallographic fabric development in Phyllite 1321 Figure 2. Thin section scale photomicrographs of specimen S32 presented in plane-polarized light (a), cross-polarized light (b), and as an AVA diagram (c).The location of quartz grains analysed is indicated by different coloured and shaded circles in (c).White circles denote

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Texture (crystalline)

Fiber texture is an example of the latter. For example, pole figures in the form of stereographic projections are used to represent the orientation distribution of crystallographic lattice planes in crystallography and texture analysis in materials science.

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130 Cate Brown: Crystallographic Balance Textile patterns, Print

Crystallographic Balance can also be described as all over pattern. Which is pretty self explanatory, but basically, the loss of individualism creates an all over balance and unity. Article by 2D Art Section 4. 25. Textiles Textile Patterns Textile Prints Print Patterns Textile Art Pattern Paper Pattern Art Pattern Design 2d

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MICROSTRUCTURE AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PREFERRED

Banded iron formations (BIFs) are described as banded chemical sedimentary rocks composed of major amounts of magnetite, hematite and quartz, with variable amounts of iron bearing

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