Oxidation products of Mn(II) in lake waters

@inproceedings{Tipping1984OxidationPO,
  title={Oxidation products of Mn(II) in lake waters},
  author={E Tipping and D'arcy Wentworth Thompson and William Davison},
  year={1984}
}
Abstract Oxygenation of Mn(II)-rich water samples taken from two English lakes (Esthwaite Water, Cumbria, and Rostherne Mere, Cheshire) during the summer months caused the precipitation of Mn-oxide, the process being catalysed by particulate matter. The Mnoxide formed resembles vernadite (δ-MnO 2 ) with regard to: (1) Mn oxidation state (> 3.6 in all but one case); and (2) its fine morphology (crumpled thin sheets) as determined by electron microscopy. The precipitates are, however, rather… CONTINUE READING

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