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CARCURMOLlTE: NEW DATA ON CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND CONSTITUTION THE MINERAL
Victor A. Rassulov All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Mineral Resources, Moscow, vimS@df.ru The revised crystallochemical formula of calcurmolite, (Ca,Na),(U02hMo,(O,OH)11 nH,O, is given onExpand
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Investigations of sulfide minerals with layered structure by Mössbauer spectroscopy methods
Samples obtained as a result of the tochilinite synthesis process were investigated by 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy. Tochilinite, magnetite and troilite were obtained in investigated samples. TheExpand
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Mössbauer study of isomorphous substitutions in Cu2Fe1-xCuxSnS4 and Cu2Fe1-xZnxSnS4 series
The investigation of isomorphous substitutions in minerals of stannite group was carried out for two series Cu2FeSnS4 – Cu3SnS4 (stannite – kuramite) and Cu2FeSnS4 – Cu2ZnSnS4 (stannite – kesterite)Expand
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Genomic Insights Into Energy Metabolism of Carboxydocella thermautotrophica Coupling Hydrogenogenic CO Oxidation With the Reduction of Fe(III) Minerals
The genus Carboxydocella forms a deeply branching family in the class Clostridia and is currently represented by three physiologically diverse species of thermophilic prokaryotes. The type strain ofExpand
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Reduction of synthetic ferrihydrite by a binary anaerobic culture of Anaerobacillus alkalilacustris and Geoalkalibacter ferrihydriticus grown on mannitol at pH 9.5
In the course of an investigation of alkaliphilic iron reduction, metabiotic interactions in a binary culture reducing synthetic ferrihydrite (SF) have been studied. The binary culture contained twoExpand
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Syntrophic growth of alkaliphilic anaerobes controlled by ferric and ferrous minerals transformation coupled to acetogenesis
Redox-active iron minerals can act as energy sources or electron-transferring mediators in microbial syntrophic associations, being important means of interspecies metabolic cooperation inExpand
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High-Temperature Microbial Sulfate Reduction Can Be Accompanied by Magnetite Formation
The hyperthermophilic sulfate-reducing archaeon Archaeoglobus fulgidus was found to be capable of lithoautotrophic growth on medium containing molecular hydrogen, sulfate, and amorphous Fe(III)Expand
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Inclusions in chrysolite from the Kovdor Massif: Genetic and gemmological significance
Gem-quality chrysolite (peridot) from a phlogopite deposit related to the Kovdor ultrabasic-alkaline massif in the Kola Peninsula, Russia, was studied using a variety of techniques (opticalExpand
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Mössbauer Investigation of Biologically-Induced Mineralization Processes
Mossbauer investigations of the kinetics of iron-containing mineral formation in controlled conditions by thermophilic Fe(III)-reducing bacteria were carried out. Anaerobic bacterium (strain Z-0001)Expand
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