Robert Mackenzie (affectionately known as Mack to many of his colleagues) was one of our most eminent and distinguished clay mineralogists and thermal analysts, with an international reputation in both fields that brought him many honours and awards. He was instrumental in developing the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research in Aberdeen as a centre of excellence in soil mineralogy, particularly emphasizing analytical aspects, and played a key role in establishing clay mineralogy as a separate sub-discipline of the mineralogical sciences both in the national and international arenas. He was a pioneer in establishing thermal analysis as an accepted technique to...
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M.J. Wilson; ROBERT CAMERON MACKENZIE 1920–2000. Clay Minerals ; 35 (5): 859–860. doi:
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