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Vaterite growth and dissolution in aqueous solution. I, Kinetics of crystal growth
On Calcium Carbonates: From Fundamental Research to Application
Appearance of a solid phase from aqueous solution, known as precipitation, is responsible for the formation of numerous natural materials and technological products. Therefore, the knowledge on…
Dissolution kinetics and solubility of calcium carbonate monohydrate
Vaterite growth and dissolution in aqueous solution III. Kinetics of transformation
Precipitation Diagrams of Struvite and Dissolution Kinetics of Different Struvite Morphologies
Spontaneous precipitation in the systems MgCl 2 -H 3 PO 4 -NH 4 OH-NaCl (0.15 mol dm - 3 )-H 2 O, MgSO 4 -NH 4 H 2 PO 4 -H 2 O and MgSO 4 -NH 4 H 2 PO 4 -NaCl (0.15 mol dm - 3 )-H 2 O was studied at…
Transformation of anhydrous calcium sulphate into calcium sulphate dihydrate in aqueous solutions
Effect of inorganic anions on the morphology and structure of magnesium calcite.
In the systems of high initial relative supersaturation, precipitation of an amorphous precursor phase preceded the formation of calcite, whereas in those of lower supersaturation calcite was the first and only polymorphic modification of calcium carbonate that appeared in the system.
Vaterite growth and dissolution in aqueous solution II. Kinetics of dissolution
Electrokinetic properties of spontaneously precipitated calcium carbonate polymorphs: the influence of organic substances
Incorporation of Inorganic Anions in Calcite
A number of analytical methods and techniques (X-ray diffraction, FT-IR and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy, ionic chromatography, scanning electron microscopy, etc.) have been used to…