On Calcium Carbonates : from Fundamental Research to Application

  title={On Calcium Carbonates : from Fundamental Research to Application},
  author={Damir Kralj},
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 mechanisms of elementary processes involved in precipitation should be considered in the areas such as geology, oceanology, biomineralization, medicine, basic chemical and pharmaceutical industries, analytical and materials chemistry in particular. Calcium carbonates are a very suitable model system for… CONTINUE READING


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