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Kinetic isotope and trace element partitioning during calcite precipitation from aqueous solution

@inproceedings{Nielsen2012KineticIA,
  title={Kinetic isotope and trace element partitioning during calcite precipitation from aqueous solution},
  author={Laura C. Nielsen},
  year={2012}
}
Precipitation of carbonate minerals is ubiquitous in the near-surface environment, and the isotopic and trace element composition of carbonates may be used to reconstruct the conditions of growth. Little is known about the mechanisms controlling isotope and trace element distribution into carbonates. Proposed growth mechanisms are typically inferred from the supersaturation dependence of CaCO3 precipitation rates. As different experimental techniques often generate different apparent reaction… 

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