Examination of the Thermal Decomposition of Chrysotile

Project on Thermal Decomposition of Chrysotile. The splitting of pure chrysotile from Thetford, Quebec warmed up at constant temperature in air from 200-1000°C for 4 to 720 hrs has been investigated by making use of X-ray diffraction and optical microscopy methods. No morphological modifications had been observed optically below 450ºC and 24 hours, although X-ray diffraction data advise that chrysotile degrades then recrystallizes below 450°C.

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