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Effects of Surface Contamination and Water Chemistry on the Behaviors of Illite, Kaolinite and Montmorillonite in Organic and Aqueous MediaDownload
Clays, due to their specific surface area and electrical charge density, are among the most active minerals in aquifers, oil and gas reservoirs, and tailings ponds. Clays, in tailings, are a significant ongoing environmental concern in the mining and oil sands production industries and clay...
Oilsands tailings are a waste product comprising primarily a stable alkaline suspension of clay in water. This waste product of oilsands mining is environmentally hazardous to store and expensive to safely dispose of. This work presents two novel ideas for dealing with the waste. The first is...