Bruno Titon

Bruno Titon
Laval University | ULAVAL · Department of Geology and Geological Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Bruno Titon currently works at the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, Laval University. Bruno does research in Petrology, Geochemistry and Sulfide mineralogy.

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Publications (8)
Conference Paper
Concrete structure deterioration was detected in buildings in Trois-Rivières (QC, Canada). The damage originated from pyrrhotitebearing aggregates that reacted with the cement paste to form secondary products that significantly compromised concrete performance. Samples were collected from Maskimo and B&B quarries to describe and identify the minera...
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Hydrothermally affected basaltic flows and volcaniclastic rocks in northwestern Paraná (Brazil) display textural features associated with secondary minerals, reflecting the temperature intensity and evolution of the hydrothermal process. Determination of the secondary mineralogy and the geochemical processes associated with their precipitation are...
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Mg clay minerals are usually associated with carbonates in alkaline-saline environments, precipitated from solution and/or transformation from other minerals. The aim of this research is to identify the mineralogy and geochemistry of clay minerals in different alkaline lakes in the Nhecolândia region, the southernmost region of the Pantanal wetland...
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The present work reports the results of structural and optical investigations in samples of natural dolomite, subjected to thermal treatment at different temperatures (500 ℃ to 700 ℃) and times (one up to three hours). The motivation is the evaluation of the changes that may occur in carbonaceous asteroids and meteorites, respectively, subjected to...
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The class of carbonaceous chondrite meteorites has carbon in their structures, similarly to the terrestrial calcite and dolomite rocks, and contains the group =CO3 linked to Ca and/or Mg, which may be, in principle, more susceptible to the action of the spatial gamma radiation (γ-R) due to the presence of these light-atom elements. On the present w...
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The Capiru Formation is a metassedimentary sequence composed of carbonates and siliciclastic rocks, embedded in the Curitiba Terrain supracrustal record, related to neoproterozoic collisions of the Southern Ribeira Belt-South Brazil. Metamorphic and deformation records are marked by zones with incomplete paragenesis of greenschist facies (chlorite...

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Research and Development Project whose main objective is to understand the depositional environment and the geochemical signs of clay minerals, microbial carbonates, travertines and tufas, as well as their permoporous properties as reservoir rock, at different scales.