1LMTG, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, and 2HydrASA, University of Poitiers, France

The crystal chemistry and mechanisms of chlorite formation (more particularly the ferrous varieties) are currently attracting growing interest in various fields of application. In oil prospection, this interest is linked to the origin and formation of diagenetic chlorite rims that preserve the quality of sandy reservoirs down to unusual depths of burial. In the nuclear industry, the use of iron containers for the storage of radioactive waste is likely to produce ferrous chlorites by interaction with the clayey barrier within which the waste is stored. The ditrioctahedral and tritrioctahedral...

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