Surface modification of phyllosilicate minerals by fluorination methods
(Color online) Structural networks of some phyllosilicates highlighting the and two-dimensional arrangements.
(Color online) Comparison of x-ray diffraction patterns of muscovite, lepidolite, and kaolinite minerals from Amur region, Siberia. The vertical bars correspond to the Bragg positions of ICDD files no. 082–0576, 85–0912, and 89–6538, respectively.
(Color online) Overview XPS spectra of muscovite crystalline flakes from Amur region, Siberia (a) as-received and (b) rf plasma treated with .
(Color online) , Al , and Si XPS spectra of as-received lepidolite flakes.
(Color online) Fitted C , F , and Al XPS spectra of plasma-treated (a) lepidolite and (b) muscovite crystal flakes; (c) lepidolite and (d) muscovite powdered samples.
(Color online) C and F XPS spectra of plasma-treated (a) kaolinite and (b) biotite powdered minerals.
(Color online) Si spectra of (A) muscovite and (B) lepidolite crystals: (a) as-received mineral; (b) plasma treated; (c) gas treated.
(Color online) Al XPS spectra of various treated mica-type silicates, e.g., muscovite, lepidolite and biotite: (A) gas treated and (B) plasma treated.
Structural characteristics of some layer-type silicate networks.
XPS surface quantification of some phyllosilicates (at. %) (source RX Mg, , Scofield correction, relative error of ).
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