Dissolution of heat activated serpentine for CO2 sequestration: The effect of silica precipitation at different temperature and pH values

@article{Farhang2019DissolutionOH,
  title={Dissolution of heat activated serpentine for CO2 sequestration: The effect of silica precipitation at different temperature and pH values},
  author={Faezeh Farhang and Timothy K. Oliver and Mark Stuart Rayson and Geoff F. Brent and Thomas S. Molloy and Michael Stockenhuber and Eric M. Kennedy},
  journal={Journal of CO2 Utilization},
  year={2019}
}

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