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The structure of orthoclase

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 March 2018

S. H Chao
Affiliation:
Physics Department, College of Technology, Manchester
A. Hargreaves
Affiliation:
Physics Department, College of Technology, Manchester
W. H. Taylor
Affiliation:
Physics Department, College of Technology, Manchester

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The structure of sanidine was described by Taylor in 1933, and Taylor, Darbyshire, and Strunz in 1934 extended the investigation to include the potassium-barium-felspars and albite, and presented a small amount of experimental data for potash-soda perthitic felspars and for members of the plagioclase series. X-ray work on the potash-soda perthitic felspars has recently been reported by Ito and Inuzuka, by Ito, and by workers in this laboratory, and a preliminary report of an examination of the plagioclase felspars is given in a thesis presented by one of us (S.H.C.) in 1939 for the degree of Ph.D. in the University of Manchester.

The investigations to be described in this paper, as well as those already published from this laboratory, form part of a programme of researches dealing with various aspects of the problem of felspar structure, undertaken in an attempt to obtain a correlation between the physical and chemical properties on the one hand and the details of the structure on the other.

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Copyright © The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland 1940

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