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“…These observed facts suggest that the dehydration of kaolin and the decarboxylation of CaCO 3 occurred due to heating to a temperature of 300°C or higher. It is known that the dehydration and decarboxylation of inorganic matter occur at temperatures as high as 500°C, 35) and the results obtained by XRD in this study are consistent with such knowledge. Table 2 lists the crystallite sizes obtained from the individual samples by the XRD pattern analysis.…”
Section: X-ray Diffraction (Xrd) Measurement Resultssupporting
confidence: 91%
“…These observed facts suggest that the dehydration of kaolin and the decarboxylation of CaCO 3 occurred due to heating to a temperature of 300°C or higher. It is known that the dehydration and decarboxylation of inorganic matter occur at temperatures as high as 500°C, 35) and the results obtained by XRD in this study are consistent with such knowledge. Table 2 lists the crystallite sizes obtained from the individual samples by the XRD pattern analysis.…”
Section: X-ray Diffraction (Xrd) Measurement Resultssupporting
confidence: 91%
“…XRD-Rietveld analysis was performed to study correlations between amounts of expansive clay minerals, amounts of drying shrinkage, and thermal expansion coefficients. Furthermore, with reference to the simple identification method for clay minerals used in the field of applied geology [21], a simple evaluation method for the shrinkage behavior of aggregate is discussed based on the ignition loss and the related bound water contents. This is an indicator of the association of number of hydroxyl groups in clay minerals with the amount of drying shrinkage of aggregates.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%