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Amar Chitra Katha 266: Manduka :The Lucky Astrologer by Amar Chitra Katha Pvt

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Gas Release from Minerals Fig. 8 Boron release during the heat treatment of boracite Fig. 9 Release of 35Cl-species during the decomposition of boracite Fig. 5 K. Heide Charoite Charoite is an unusual mineral. It is probably due to a reaction of a limestone with a chemical unique intrusion. Its structure could only recently be determined (5). GRP experiments revealed that water release occurs in two separate temperature ranges (maxima 122 C and 409 C). In addition, fluorine release was observed above 1270 C (Figs.

2007). This method has been successful for the solution of some complicate zeolite structures, but until now it cannot be considered a routine path for structure analysis, as any working case needs a specific, different approach. Therefore, there is still a need for routine methods allowing the acquisition of more complete and close-to-kinematic electron diffraction data. This demand recently led to the development of the Automated Diffraction Tomography (ADT) module (Kolb et al. 2007, 2008). ADT approach marks a radical change from the traditional way of electron diffraction data acquisition based on oriented zones.

Significant for cordierites is a continuous gas release with a maximum of release rate in the range between 450 C and 1100 C (Fig. 4). H2O is found in concentration up to 3 wt% in many cordierites. In Fig. 5, H2O degassing profiles for cordierites from different origin are shown and compared with the CO2-release. They show different behavior and the maximum degassing 30 Fig. 4 Water release during the heat treatment of pegmatitic cordierite Fig. 5 H2O and CO2 content in cordierites from different genetic conditions K.

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