Introduccion to geochemistry

By: Krauskopf, Konrad BMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: ENG Publisher: Tokyo McGraw-Hill 1967Description: xiii, 721 p.: ilSubject(s): GEOQUIMICA | TIERRA | SEDIMENTACION | QUIMICA MINERALOGICADDC classification: 551.9 Summary: 1. Chemical equilibrium. 2. Acids and bases. 3. Carbonate sediments. 4.Chemical weathering. 5. Structural chemistry. 6. Colloids. 7. Clay minerals and soils. 8. Free energy. 9. Oxidationo potentials and eh-ph diagrams. 10. Oxidation and reduction in sedimentation. 11. Organic material in sediments. 12. Evaporites. 13. The phase rule. 14. Crystallization of magmas. 15. End stages of mamatic crystllization. 16. Volcanic gases. 17. Ore-forming solutions. 18. Oxidation of ore deposits.19. Metamorphsphism. 20. Distribution of the elements. 21. Historical geochemistry.
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1. Chemical equilibrium. 2. Acids and bases. 3. Carbonate sediments. 4.Chemical weathering. 5. Structural chemistry. 6. Colloids. 7. Clay minerals and soils. 8. Free energy. 9. Oxidationo potentials and eh-ph diagrams. 10. Oxidation and reduction in sedimentation. 11. Organic material in sediments. 12. Evaporites. 13. The phase rule. 14. Crystallization of magmas. 15. End stages of mamatic crystllization. 16. Volcanic gases. 17. Ore-forming solutions. 18. Oxidation of ore deposits.19. Metamorphsphism. 20. Distribution of the elements. 21. Historical geochemistry.

FACULTAD DE INGENIERIA QUIMICA Y AGROINDUSTRIA /

FACULTAD DE GEOLOGIA Y PETROLEOS /

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