Sabine Petit focuses on Clay minerals, Inorganic chemistry, Crystal chemistry, Mineralogy and Octahedron. Sabine Petit has researched Clay minerals in several fields, including Kaolinite and Silicate. Her Inorganic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mineral, Adsorption, Chemical composition, Clay mineral X-ray diffraction and Lithium.
Her Crystal chemistry research includes elements of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Mössbauer spectroscopy, Infrared and Infrared spectroscopy. The concepts of her Mineralogy study are interwoven with issues in Vermiculite, Mica and Geochemistry, Saprolite, Weathering. Her Octahedron study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Redox, Nontronite, Montmorillonite and Reactivity.
Her main research concerns Clay minerals, Mineralogy, Infrared spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. Sabine Petit works mostly in the field of Clay minerals, limiting it down to topics relating to Silicate and, in certain cases, Nickel. Sabine Petit studies Mineralogy, namely Kaolinite.
Sabine Petit combines subjects such as Crystallography, Octahedron, Absorption and Crystal chemistry with her study of Infrared spectroscopy. Her Analytical chemistry research integrates issues from Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Talc and Infrared. Her Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanoparticle, Adsorption, Halloysite, Lithium and Thermal stability.
Her primary areas of study are Clay minerals, Infrared spectroscopy, Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Mesoporous material. Her study in Clay minerals is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dipole, Chemical composition, Hydrothermal circulation and Analytical chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Octahedron, Crystal chemistry, Crystallography, Infrared and Near-infrared spectroscopy in addition to Infrared spectroscopy.
She is involved in the study of Mineralogy that focuses on Kaolinite in particular. Her Geochemistry course of study focuses on Soil water and Holocene and Weathering. Her research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Oxide, Nanotechnology and Sonochemistry in her study of Mesoporous material.
Sabine Petit mainly focuses on Clay minerals, Mineralogy, Infrared spectroscopy, Adsorption and Crystal chemistry. Sabine Petit interconnects Saprolite, Felsic and Volcanic rock in the investigation of issues within Clay minerals. She is studying Kaolinite, which is a component of Mineralogy.
Sabine Petit combines subjects such as Crystallography, Octahedron, Inorganic chemistry and Nontronite with her study of Infrared spectroscopy. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Aluminium and Mineralization. Her Crystal chemistry study deals with Near-infrared spectroscopy intersecting with Népouite, Silicate and Analytical chemistry.
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Halloysite clay minerals — a review
E. Joussein;S. Petit;J. Churchman;B. Theng.
Clay Minerals (2005)
Quantifying Li isotope fractionation during smectite formation and implications for the Li cycle
N. Vigier;A. Decarreau;Romain Millot;J. Carignan.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2008)
Kaolinite-to-dickite reaction in sandstone reservoirs
D. Beaufort;A. Cassagnabere;S. Petit;B. Lanson.
Clay Minerals (1998)
Talc as nucleating agent of polypropylene: morphology induced by lamellar particles addition and interface mineral-matrix modelization
E. Ferrage;F. Martin;A. Boudet;S. Petit.
Journal of Materials Science (2002)
Heterogeneous photo-Fenton decolorization of Orange II over Al-pillared Fe-smectite: response surface approach, degradation pathway, and toxicity evaluation.
Huiyuan Li;Yanli Li;Luojing Xiang;Luojing Xiang;Qianqian Huang.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2015)
Microstructural changes induced in Portland cement-based materials due to natural and supercritical carbonation
Ana Hidalgo;Concha Domingo;Carlos Garcia;Sabine Petit.
Journal of Materials Science (2008)
Behavior of halloysite clay under formamide treatment
Emmanuel Joussein;Sabine Petit;Bruno Delvaux.
Applied Clay Science (2007)
Microstructural characterization of leaching effects in cement pastes due to neutralisation of their alkaline nature. Part I: Portland cement pastes
A Hidalgo;S Petit;C Domingo;Cruz Alonso.
Cement and Concrete Research (2007)
Hydrothermal (200 degrees C) synthesis and crystal chemistry of iron-rich kaolinites
S. Petit;A. Decarreau.
Clay Minerals (1990)
Characterization of Octahedral Substitutions in Kaolinites Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy
S. Petit;J. Madejova;A. Decarreau;F. Martin.
Clays and Clay Minerals (1999)
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