Handbook of Clay ScienceEdited by
- F. Bergaya
- B.K.G. Theng
- G. Lagaly
Newcomers and graduate students, research scientists, university teachers, industrial chemists and environmental engineers.
Developments in Clay Science
Published: May 2006
"The different fields covered make this book a must for all scientists interested in clays from any point of view. The book is also clearly written, and not so addressed exclusively to specialists. Students starting their work in almost any field of Clay Sciences will find here an up-to-date and clearly written account." --Vincente Rives and Miguel Angel Vicente for CLAY MINERALS, 2007 "...a rich source of critically selected primary material and key reviews, with hundreds of pages of bibliography and thousands of references. There will be something here for everyone...It will undoubtedly be valuable to chemists who use clays in dustry and engineering, as a raw material or as a highly valued synthetic product. It will provide useful information for soil scientists who want to know more about the fundamental properties of fine-grained layer silicates, and how they are investigated, how their properties are measured." -D.A.C. Manning for EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE