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Phosphate sorption by jurassic oolitic limestones ...

1975-4-1  Phosphate sorption by Jurassic oolitic lime- stones. Geoderma, 13: 257--264. Sorption isotherms and calcium phosphate solubility data were used to interpret the processes responsible for sorption of phosphate on three Jurassic oolitic limestones whose surface areas ranged from

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Phosphate Mining, Kentucky Geological Survey,

2019-9-12  Phosphate minerals occur in most members of the Lexington Limestone, principally the Tanglewood, Millersburg, and Grier Limestone, and parts of the Lexington which were mined in the early 1900's. Although commonly called collophane, the

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PHOSPHATE PIZOLITE STRUCTURES FROM CONDENSED

the high-tatric Albian condensed limestones (Tatra Mts). Their origin is due to accretional growth and intraformational reworking. They were slowly growing by accretion of colloidal phosphates, in form of a homogeneus mass with some microglobuies (supposedly phosphate-enriched microorganisms), and

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Phosphatised limestones and associated sediments

The phosphatised limestones and associated sediments of the outer continental shelf of the west coast of India between Goa and Ratnagiri at depths of between 70 and 120 m have been studied. The highest P 2 O 5 content (9%, ranging from 2 to 9% depending on location) occur in the algal nodules. Polished and thin sections show that the algal nodules grew with the occasional microbial mat.

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Phosphate Mineralogy and Equilibria in Two Kentucky ...

1991-11-1  Abstract. The phosphate mineral distribution as it relates to in situ soil solution composition of two Alfisols developed from phosphatic Ordovician limestones in the inner Bluegrass Region of Kentucky was investigated. At both sites, microcrystalline apatite appeared to be the primary source of P. Surface weathering under a moderate pH (5.7–6.7) ...

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Phosphate stromatolites from condensed cephalopod ...

Upper Jurassic phosphate stromatolites of the Almola Sierra (Southern Spain) encrust macrofossils and hardgrounds, and form oncoids included within pelagic, condensed fossiliferous limestones. Their accretion was determined by bacterially mediated precipitation of phosphate, by the trapping and binding of fine siliciclastics and pelagic biomicrite and by the encrustation of benthonic foraminifera.

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in Phosphate Deposits (Morocco) - MDPI

2020-9-24  phosphates, limestones and/or phosphatic marls, coprolites, and flint nodules. The Lower Eocene (Ypresian (56 My)) is commonly formed of phosphatic marls intercalated by phosphatic limestones, silexite, and siliceous marl [11,12]. Uncemented phosphatic

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Intraformational Phosphate Pebbles of the Twin City ...

2020-8-31  This conclusion suggests a source of phosphorus, a manner of accumulation for phosphate layers in limestones, and also that thin layers of phosphate pebbles indicate disconformities due to non-deposition and marine solution.

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THE HIGH‐ AND LOW‐ENERGY PHOSPHATE

Low‐energy P adsorption capacities agree reasonably with values (100 pg P/m 2) for the sorption of phosphate on Jurassic limestones but phosphate was bonded much less strongly by soil carbonates (k″= 0.08–0.45 ml/μg P) than by limestones (k∼10.0 ml/μg P). Low‐energy P adsorption in these soils is tentatively ascribed to adsorption ...

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PHOSPHATE PIZOLITE STRUCTURES FROM CONDENSED

Krzysztof P. Krajewski: Phosphate pizolite structures from condensed lime­ stones of the high-tatric Albian (Tatra Mts) Ann. Soc. Geol. Poloniae, 51—3/4: 339—352. Abstract. Phosphate pizolite structures occur at hardground surfaces in the high-tatric Albian condensed limestones (Tatra Mts).

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Phosphate stromatolites from condensed cephalopod ...

Upper Jurassic phosphate stromatolites of the Almola Sierra (Southern Spain) encrust macrofossils and hardgrounds, and form oncoids included within pelagic, condensed fossiliferous limestones. Their accretion was determined by bacterially mediated precipitation of phosphate, by the trapping and binding of fine siliciclastics and pelagic ...

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in Phosphate Deposits (Morocco) - MDPI

2020-9-24  The Lower Lutetian consists mainly of alternating flint layers and slightly phosphate marls and limestones that mark the last stages of phosphatogenesis. The phosphatic series is overlain by strong fossiliferous carbonated layers, rich in gastropods, known as

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Petrography and Mineralogy of the Eocene Phosphate

2018-5-24  At the base, attapulgites sometimes associated with clayey limestones consti-tute the wall of the phosphate layer. More to the West, this wall evolves to-wards a phosphatic limestone. Its height deepens gradually towards the east of the panel (Figure 4). Above attapulgites rest on gray-to-beige heterogeneous phosphates, more or

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Phosphate Rock - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Some deposits have been exploited for phosphate, but all are low grade. The oldest deposits are in South Australia, where there are two main phosphatic horizons, one Late Precambrian, the other Early Cambrian, associated with limestones. There has been local leaching and intermittent concentration of phosphate by replacement.

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Phosphorus retention in calcareous soils and the

2006-6-12  Avnimelech Y: Calcium-carbonate-phosphate surface complex in calcareous systems. Nature. 1980, 288: 255-257. 10.1038/288255a0. Article Google Scholar 33. Holford ICR, Mattingly GEG: Phosphate sorption by Jurassic oolitic limestones. Geoderma. 1975, 13: 257-264. 10.1016/0016-7061(75)90022-1.

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Chemistry/Analysis of Limestone - WikiEducator

2010-9-6  ANALYSIS OF LIMESTONE INTRODUCTION. Limestone is usually described as rock made from calcium carbonate, CaCO 3, but in fact most limestone rock contains significant amounts of magnesium, silicates, manganese, iron, titanium, aluminum, sodium, potassium, sulphur (as sulphides or sulphates) and phosphorus.In this experiment, you will analyze a sample of limestone to find how

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Baobab Phosphate Project, Dakar, Senegal, West Africa

2019-8-9  Baobab phosphate project geology and mineralisation. The Baobab project comprises the Gadde Bissik phosphate deposit and is made up of Eocene rocks belonging to the Senegal Sedimentary Basin. The host phosphatic sediments comprise sands, conglomerates and gravels, basement marls, marly clays, and limestones.

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Which Minerals Include Phosphate? - ThoughtCo

2019-2-13  Reimphoto / Getty Images Apatite (Ca 5 (PO 4) 3 F) is a key part of the phosphorus cycle. It is widespread but uncommon in igneous and metamorphic rocks. Apatite is a family of minerals centered around fluorapatite, or calcium phosphate with

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Limestone: Rock Uses, Formation, Composition, Pictures

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcite, a calcium carbonate mineral with a chemical composition of CaCO 3. It usually forms in clear, calm, warm, shallow marine waters. Limestone is usually a biological sedimentary rock, forming

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PHOSPHATE PIZOLITE STRUCTURES FROM CONDENSED

Krzysztof P. Krajewski: Phosphate pizolite structures from condensed lime­ stones of the high-tatric Albian (Tatra Mts) Ann. Soc. Geol. Poloniae, 51—3/4: 339—352. Abstract. Phosphate pizolite structures occur at hardground surfaces in the high-tatric Albian condensed limestones (Tatra Mts).

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Phosphate stromatolites from condensed cephalopod ...

Upper Jurassic phosphate stromatolites of the Almola Sierra (Southern Spain) encrust macrofossils and hardgrounds, and form oncoids included within pelagic, condensed fossiliferous limestones. Their accretion was determined by bacterially mediated precipitation of phosphate, by the trapping and binding of fine siliciclastics and pelagic ...

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Genesis of apatite in the phosphatized limestones of

1996-12-1  Microstructural studies of limestones by SEM indicate that phosphate occurs as (a) brown infillings in boring/septal cavities of corals, (b) trapped material between algal laminations and (c) cement in pelletal limestones. Phosphate is in the form of ovoids, rods and dumb-bell-shaped apatite microparticles or their coalesced/aggregate forms or ...

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Phosphorus retention in calcareous soils and the

2006-6-12  Avnimelech Y: Calcium-carbonate-phosphate surface complex in calcareous systems. Nature. 1980, 288: 255-257. 10.1038/288255a0. Article Google Scholar 33. Holford ICR, Mattingly GEG: Phosphate sorption by Jurassic oolitic limestones. Geoderma. 1975, 13: 257-264. 10.1016/0016-7061(75)90022-1.

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Phosphate Rocks IntechOpen

2016-4-13  Apatite is the most abundant phosphate mineral which include more than 95% of al phosphorus in the Earth´s crust. The seventh chapter of this book provides brief description of sedimentary and igneous phosphate rocks and introduces basic ideas for characterization and classification of phosphate rocks. The chapter continues with description of biogenic apatites, description of phosphate rocks ...

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Baobab Phosphate Project, Dakar, Senegal, West Africa

2019-8-9  Baobab phosphate project geology and mineralisation. The Baobab project comprises the Gadde Bissik phosphate deposit and is made up of Eocene rocks belonging to the Senegal Sedimentary Basin. The host phosphatic sediments comprise sands, conglomerates and gravels, basement marls, marly clays, and limestones.

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Buffering with Limestone

2011-11-21  Adding Acid A mixture of a weak acid and its conjugate base is a buffer. Its pH doesn't change very much when either acid or base is added. Let's examine the 1.0 M buffer solution and compare it to an HCl (of pH= 4.8) and a NaOH solution (of

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Which Minerals Include Phosphate? - ThoughtCo

2019-2-13  Reimphoto / Getty Images Apatite (Ca 5 (PO 4) 3 F) is a key part of the phosphorus cycle. It is widespread but uncommon in igneous and metamorphic rocks. Apatite is a family of minerals centered around fluorapatite, or calcium phosphate with

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5 Natural Treatment you can do using Limestone

2016-7-26  Limestone also called ‘chuna’, is a white-colored material which is often used in ‘paan’. Do you know, this simpler thing can treat a number of disorders. Today we will be talking about 6 health therapies, with limestone. Swadeshi medicine; Limestone

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Limestone: Rock Uses, Formation, Composition, Pictures

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcite, a calcium carbonate mineral with a chemical composition of CaCO 3. It usually forms in clear, calm, warm, shallow marine waters. Limestone is usually a biological sedimentary rock, forming

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PHOSPHATE PIZOLITE STRUCTURES FROM CONDENSED

Krzysztof P. Krajewski: Phosphate pizolite structures from condensed lime­ stones of the high-tatric Albian (Tatra Mts) Ann. Soc. Geol. Poloniae, 51—3/4: 339—352. Abstract. Phosphate pizolite structures occur at hardground surfaces in the high-tatric Albian condensed limestones (Tatra Mts).

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Phosphate stromatolites from condensed cephalopod ...

1995-12-1  ABSTRACT Upper Jurassic phosphate stromatolites of the Almola Sierra (Southern Spain) encrust macrofossils and hardgrounds, and form oncoids included within pelagic, condensed fossiliferous limestones. Their accretion was determined by bacterially mediated precipitation of phosphate, by the trapping and binding of fine siliciclastics and pelagic biomicrite and by the encrustation of benthonic ...

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PHOSPHATES. - USGS

2017-6-6  phosphate reserve on July 1,1912. Some of the land in the Caribou Eange lying between Tincup and Garden creeks is probably under­ lain by phosphate beds at depths of less than 5,000 feet. These lands have not yet been included in the phosphate reserve, because it was found to be impossible during the short reconnaissance examination

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A GIS-Based Geological Model for Assessing the Reserves

2019-5-27  Phosphate ore is known to be one of the chief minerals produced in Tunisia. ... limestones, marls, gypsum and dolostones [38]. Marly intercalations inside the phosphorite series usually comprise from 1% to 2% until 7% of TOC (Total Or-ganic Carbon).

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Diammonium Phosphate ( DAP ) Production from

2003-7-16  Saudi Arabian Phosphate Deposits. As a result of this the Tethys sea, Saudi Arabia hosts some of the largest, but undeveloped, phosphate rock deposits in the world. Within the Kingdom, limestones, cherts and phosphate rocks, known as the Turayf

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Baobab Phosphate Project, Dakar, Senegal, West Africa

2019-8-9  Baobab phosphate project geology and mineralisation. The Baobab project comprises the Gadde Bissik phosphate deposit and is made up of Eocene rocks belonging to the Senegal Sedimentary Basin. The host phosphatic sediments comprise sands, conglomerates and gravels, basement marls, marly clays, and limestones.

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Buffering with Limestone

2011-11-21  Adding Acid A mixture of a weak acid and its conjugate base is a buffer. Its pH doesn't change very much when either acid or base is added. Let's examine the 1.0 M buffer solution and compare it to an HCl (of pH= 4.8) and a NaOH solution (of

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5 Natural Treatment you can do using Limestone

2016-7-26  Limestone also called ‘chuna’, is a white-colored material which is often used in ‘paan’. Do you know, this simpler thing can treat a number of disorders. Today we will be talking about 6 health therapies, with limestone. Swadeshi medicine; Limestone

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phosphate mineral Description, Uses, Facts

2020-8-14  Phosphate mineral, any of a group of naturally occurring inorganic salts of phosphoric acid. Phosphates can be grouped as: primary phosphates that have crystallized from a liquid; secondary phosphates formed by the alteration of primary

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Limestone: Rock Uses, Formation, Composition, Pictures

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcite, a calcium carbonate mineral with a chemical composition of CaCO 3. It usually forms in clear, calm, warm, shallow marine waters. Limestone is usually a biological sedimentary rock, forming

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