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However, XRD could not detect this difference. Previous work by Lee et al. , who studied the phase transformation sequence of fired kaolinite mainly by energy-filtering transmission electron microscopy, detected the existence of a spinel-type phase as scattered nanometer-sized features in the metakaolinite structure of kaolinite fired at 920 oC for 3h. The spinel-type phase produced at that temperature was too small and poorly crystalline to be detected by XRD. Consequently, it may be concluded that the difference in structure between samples fired at 700 oC and 900 oC could be due to the development of a new crystalline phase, namely a spinel-type phase, at the slightly lower temperature of 900 oC due to the samples have been held longer (4h) at this temperature.
Kaolin powder samples of approximately 15 g were uniaxially pressed by a hydraulic pellet maker in a 4 cm diameter die at 120 MPa. 5 g were cut for microbalance measurements from the resulting compact kaolin powder disc. An electric muffle furnace Model Carbolite CWF 1200 fitted with a type 3216 temperature controller, was used for firing. Samples were fired at a range of temperatures from 700-1200 oC. Each sample was heated to the desired firing temperature at a rate of 10 oC/min and then held at the firing temperature for 4 h.