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May 12, 2016 2:29:32 PM (6 years ago)
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vondreele
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Tutorials/StackingFaults-II
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    11621162class=SpellE>tetrahedra</span> on the other. The layers stack with an offset to
    11631163ideally form a triclinic C1 lattice (<span class=SpellE>Bish</span> &amp; Von
    1164 Dreele, 1989, Clay &amp; Clay Min. 37, 289-296) for a sample of the most ordered
    1165 form of kaolinite from Keokuk, Iowa. Kaolinites from other locations evidently have
    1166 stacking faults so that the peaks are displaced, have peculiar shapes and are
    1167 above a varying background. For the exercise we provide a laboratory
    1168 Bragg-Brentano pattern of Keokuk kaolinite and a less ordered one from Georgia.
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     1164Dreele, 1989, Clay &amp; Clay Min. 37, 289-296) for a sample of the most
     1165ordered form of kaolinite from Keokuk, Iowa. Kaolinites from other locations
     1166evidently have stacking faults so that the peaks are displaced, have peculiar
     1167shapes and are above a varying background. For the exercise we provide a
     1168laboratory Bragg-Brentano pattern of Keokuk kaolinite and a less ordered one
     1169from Washington County, Georgia (Clay Minerals Society Standard KGa-1b)
     1170collected with <span class=SpellE>CuKa</span> radiation on a Bruker instrument
     1171and thus in the Bruker RAW file format. The KGa-1b sample contains a small
     1172amount of <span class=SpellE>anatase</span> (TiO<sub>2</sub>) and the Keokuk
     1173kaolinite has some <span class=SpellE>dickite</span> (different ordered stacking
     1174of kaolinite layers).</p>
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