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Metastable phenomena on calcite {1014} surfaces growing from Sr2+–Ca2+–CO3 2- aqueous solutions

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Astilleros García-Monge, José Manuel y Pina Martínez, Carlos Manuel y Fernández Díaz, Lourdes y Putnis, Andrew (2003) Metastable phenomena on calcite {1014} surfaces growing from Sr2+–Ca2+–CO3 2- aqueous solutions. Chemical geology, 193 . pp. 93-107. ISSN 0009-2541

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In situ atomic force microscopy (AFM) experiments, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) imaging and composition analysis, and X-ray diffraction have provided information about the growth, dissolution and transformation processes promoted by Sr2 + –Ca2 + –CO3 2 aqueous solutions in contact with calcite {101¯4} surfaces. Experiments have shown a wide variety of surface phenomena, such as the influence of the Sr-bearing newly-formed surface on the subsequent growth (template effect), the growth and subsequent dissolution of surfaces and the nucleation of secondary three-dimensional nuclei on calcite surfaces. These phenomena reveal the metastability of the crystallisation system and are a consequence of the interplay between thermodynamics (the relative stability of the two calcite and aragonite structure solid solutions that can be formed), supersaturation of the aqueous solution with respect to the two possible solid solutions, and the crystallographic control of the surfaces on cation incorporation.


Tipo de documento:Artículo
Palabras clave:Solid solution–aqueous solution; Atomic force microscopy; Crystal growth; Calcite; Strontium carbonates
Materias:Ciencias > Geología > Cristalografía
Código ID:14118
Depositado:16 Ene 2012 11:28
Última Modificación:24 Sep 2015 07:55

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