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- Main Title Syllabus of Clay Testing: Part 1
- Series Title United States Bureau of Mines Reports
- Added Title United States Bureau of Mines Bulletin 451
Author: Klinefelter, Theron A.Creator Type: Personal
Author: O'Meara, Robert G.Creator Type: Personal
Author: Gottlieb, SidneyCreator Type: Personal
Author: Truesdell, Glenn C.Creator Type: Personal
Author: United States. Bureau of Mines.Creator Type: OrganizationCreator Info: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines
Name: United States. Government Printing Office.Place of Publication: Washington D.C.
- Creation: 1943
- Content Description: From Introduction: "This presentation (pt. 1) is what might be termed a qualitative syllabus, in that uses only are indicated, no attempt being made to evaluate a clay quantitatively, that is, to grade for particular uses. In part 2, which is to follow, the work will be amplified both qualitatively and quantitatively. In the first, preliminary tests are made to eliminate from consideration all nonclay minerals or clay minerals containing such large amounts of impurities as to render them unfit for normal uses and also to make a broad general classification of the clay minerals into the kaolinite (shales and clays) and montmorillonite groups. In the second step, the main tests, divided into two general headings, ceramic and noncermaic, are detailed."
- Physical Description: 44 p. : ill.
- Keyword: clays
- Keyword: testing
- Item is a Primary Source
Name: Technical Report Archive and Image LibraryCode: TRAIL
Name: UNT Libraries Government Documents DepartmentCode: UNTGD
- Report No.: Bulletin 451
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc12611
- Display Note: "This paper represents the results of work done under a cooperative agreement between the Bureau of Mines, United States Department of the Interior, and the University of Alabama."