His primary areas of investigation include Mineralogy, Clay minerals, Illite, Diffraction and Crystal. Much of his study explores Mineralogy relationship to Vitrinite. Dennis D. Eberl has included themes like Diagenesis, Aqueous solution, Organic chemistry, Silicate and Analytical chemistry in his Clay minerals study.
His Illite study combines topics in areas such as Chemical reaction, Chemical engineering and Scherrer equation. His study looks at the intersection of Diffraction and topics like Mineral with Chlorite, Mica and Kaolinite. His studies in Crystal integrate themes in fields like X-ray crystallography, Scattering, Full width at half maximum and Crystallite.
His primary areas of study are Mineralogy, Clay minerals, Illite, Geochemistry and Inorganic chemistry. His Mineralogy research includes themes of Mineral, Crystal, Chemical engineering, Silicate and Crystallite. His Clay minerals research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wetting, Bentonite, Dissolution, Potassium and Environmental chemistry.
His Illite research incorporates elements of X-ray crystallography, Nucleation, Diagenesis and Analytical chemistry. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Glacial period, Erosion, Geomorphology and Transect. The study incorporates disciplines such as Kaolinite, Nontronite, Montmorillonite, Goethite and Alkali metal in addition to Inorganic chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mineralogy, Clay minerals, Geochemistry, Illite and Sediment. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sediment core, Chemical engineering, Mineral and Table. His research in Clay minerals is mostly focused on Nontronite.
His Geochemistry research integrates issues from Bedrock, Glacial period, Geomorphology and Transect. His Illite research includes elements of Crystal growth, Chlorite, Nucleation, Shewanella putrefaciens and Mesophile. His work deals with themes such as Outcrop, Sea ice, Provenance, Arctic and Hydrology, which intersect with Sediment.
His primary areas of investigation include Mineralogy, Clay minerals, Sediment, Illite and Nontronite. His work in the fields of Mineralogy, such as Dolomite, intersects with other areas such as Alginite. His Clay minerals study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry, Mesophile, Methanosarcina barkeri and Methane.
The Sediment study combines topics in areas such as Last Glacial Maximum, Sea ice, Provenance and Arctic. His studies deal with areas such as Thermophile, Chemical engineering, Dissolution, Catalysis and Shewanella putrefaciens as well as Illite. His work carried out in the field of Nontronite brings together such families of science as Inorganic chemistry, Methanogen, Methanogenesis and Methanol.
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QUANTITATIVE X-RAY DIFFRACTION ANALYSIS OF CLAY-BEARING ROCKS FROM RANDOM PREPARATIONS
Jan Środoń;Victor A. Drits;Douglas K. McCarty;Jean C.C. Hsieh.
Clays and Clay Minerals (2001)
User Guide to RockJock - A Program for Determining Quantitative Mineralogy from X-Ray Diffraction Data
Open-File Report (2003)
Chemical weathering in a tropical watershed, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico: I. Long-term versus short-term weathering fluxes
Art F. White;Alex E. Blum;Marjorie S. Schulz;Davison V. Vivit.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1998)
Kinetics of illite formation
Dennis Eberl;John Hower.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1976)
Role of Microbes in the Smectite-to-Illite Reaction
Jinwook Kim;Hailiang Dong;Jennifer Seabaugh;Steven W. Newell.
XRD measurement of mean crystallite thickness of illite and illite/smectite; reappraisal of the Kubler index and the Scherrer equation
Victor A. Drits;Jan Srodon;D. D. Eberl.
Clays and Clay Minerals (1997)
The nature of porosity in organic-rich mudstones of the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay Formation, North Sea, offshore United Kingdom
Neil S. Fishman;Paul C. Hackley;Heather A. Lowers;Ronald J. Hill.
International Journal of Coal Geology (2012)
Deducing growth mechanisms for minerals from the shapes of crystal size distributions
D. D. Eberl;V. A. Drits;Jan Srodon.
American Journal of Science (1998)
Ostwald ripening of clays and metamorphic minerals.
Dennis D. Eberl;Jan Środoń;Martin Kralik;Bruce E. Taylor.
Sericite from the Silverton Caldera, Colorado; correlation among structure, composition, origin, and particle thickness
Dennis D. Eberl;Jan Srodon;Mingchou Lee;P. H. Nadeau.
American Mineralogist (1987)
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