Victor Drits
Victor Drits
Geological Institute RAS
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X-ray diffraction by disordered lamellar structures: Theory and applications to microdivided silicates and carbons
VA Drits, C Tchoubar
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Quantitative X-ray diffraction analysis of clay-bearing rocks from random preparations
J Srodon, VA Drits, DK McCarty, JCC Hsieh, DD Eberl
Clays and Clay Minerals 49 (6), 514-528, 2001
Investigation of smectite hydration properties by modeling experimental X-ray diffraction patterns: Part I. Montmorillonite hydration properties
E Ferrage, B Lanson, BA Sakharov, VA Drits
American Mineralogist 90 (8-9), 1358-1374, 2005
Structural chemistry of Mn, Fe, Co, and Ni in manganese hydrous oxides: Part I. Information from XANES spectroscopy
A Manceau, AI Gorshkov, VA Drits
American Mineralogist 77 (11-12), 1133-1143, 1992
The distribution of octahedral cations in the 2: 1 layers of dioctahedral smectites studied by oblique-texture electron diffraction
SI Tsipursky, VA Drits
Clay minerals 19 (2), 177-193, 1984
Structure of synthetic monoclinic Na-rich birnessite and hexagonal birnessite: I. Results from X-ray diffraction and selected-area electron diffraction
VA Drits, E Silvester, AI Gorshkov, A Manceau
American Mineralogist 82 (9-10), 946-961, 1997
Structural model for ferrihydrite
VA Drits, BA Sakharov, AL Salyn, A Manceau
Clay minerals 28 (2), 185-207, 1993
Summary of recommendations of nomenclature committees relevant to clay mineralogy: report of the Association Internationale pour l’Etude des Argiles (AIPEA) Nomenclature …
S Guggenheim, JM Adams, DC Bain, F Bergaya, MF Brigatti, VA Drits, ...
Clays and Clay minerals 54, 761-772, 2006
XRD measurement of mean crystallite thickness of illite and illite/smectite: Reappraisal of the Kubler index and the Scherrer equation
V Drits, J Środoń, DD Eberl
Clays and clay minerals 45, 461-475, 1997
Structure of synthetic monoclinic Na-rich birnessite and hexagonal birnessite: II. Results from chemical studies and EXAFS spectroscopy
E Silvester, A Manceau, VA Drits
American Mineralogist 82 (9-10), 962-978, 1997
Polytype diversity of the hydrotalcite-like minerals I. Possible polytypes and their diffraction features
AS Bookin, VA Drits
Clays and Clay Minerals 41, 551-557, 1993
Structural mechanism of Co2+ oxidation by the phyllomanganate buserite
A Manceau, E Silvester, C Bartoli, B Lanson, VA Drits
American mineralogist 82 (11-12), 1150-1175, 1997
Local structure of ferrihydrite and feroxyhite by EXAFS spectroscopy
A Manceau, VA Drits
Clay minerals 28 (2), 165-184, 1993
Structure of heavy metal sorbed birnessite. Part III: Results from powder and polarized extended X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy
A Manceau, B Lanson, VA Drits
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 66 (15), 2639-2663, 2002
Deducing growth mechanisms for minerals from the shapes of crystal size distributions
DD Eberl, VA Drits, J Srodon
American journal of Science 298 (6), 499-533, 1998
Structure of H-exchanged hexagonal birnessite and its mechanism of formation from Na-rich monoclinic buserite at low pH
B Lanson, VA Drits, E Silvester, A Manceau
American Mineralogist 85 (5-6), 826-838, 2000
An improved model for structural transformations of heat-treated aluminous dioctahedral 2: 1 layer silicates
VA Drits, G Besson, F Muller
Clays and Clay minerals 43, 718-731, 1995
Oxidation-reduction mechanism of iron in dioctahedral smectites: I. Crystal chemistry of oxidized reference nontronites
A Manceau, B Lanson, VA Drits, D Chateigner, WP Gates, J Wu, D Huo, ...
American Mineralogist 85 (1), 133-152, 2000
Investigation of dioctahedral smectite hydration properties by modeling of X-ray diffraction profiles: Influence of layer charge and charge location
E Ferrage, B Lanson, BA Sakharov, N Geoffroy, E Jacquot, VA Drits
American Mineralogist 92 (10), 1731-1743, 2007
Structure of synthetic Na-birnessite: Evidence for a triclinic one-layer unit cell
B Lanson, VA Drits, Q Feng, A Manceau
American Mineralogist 87 (11-12), 1662-1671, 2002
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