Infrared study of CO2 incorporation into pyrophyllite [Al2Si4O10] during dehydroxylation
We report infrared spectroscopic observations of the incorporation of CO2 into pyrophyllite that has been beated between 200°C and 1250°C for periods of 15 min, 1 h and 5 days. The presence of CO2 is characterized by the V3 band of CO2 near 2347 cm-1, d
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