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Ion partitioning in Ambient-temperature aqueous systems

Product Code: EMU10
Series: Mineralogical Society EMU Notes in Mineralogy
Author/Editor: Edited by M Prieto and H Stoll
Publication Date: 01 December 2010
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EMU Notes in Mineralogy 10

Published by the European Mineralogical Union and the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland

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On the surface of the earth, the intermingling of water and minerals gives rise to a diverse suite of reactions that determine the purity of water we drink, the fate of contaminants we emit, and the composition of minerals and biominerals that we use to interpret past environmental conditions from the sediment archive. Human societies have ubiquitous exposure to the outcome of these mineral–water reactions. Understanding in detail the ion partitioning in mineral–water interactions is of fundamental importance to geochemical studies and ultimately to society.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9780903056267
Publisher: Mineralogical Society
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 420
Weight: 0.80 kg


M. Prieto: Thermodynamics of ion partitioning in solid solution–aqueous solution systems.
A. Putnis: Effects of kinetics and mechanisms of crystal growth on ion-partitioning in solid solution – aqueous solution (SS-AS) systems.
D. A. Kulik: Geochemical thermodynamic modelling of ion partitioning.
M. E. Böttcher and M. Dietzel: Metal-ion partitioning during low-temperature precipitation and dissolution of anhydrous carbonates and sulphates.
C. V. Putnis and L. Fernandez Diaz: Ion partitioning and element mobilization during mineral replacement reactions in natural and experimental systems.
C. Monnin and G. Hoareau: Chemical equilibrium between aqueous fluids and minerals in the marine environment.
I. J. Fairchild and A. Hartland: Trace element variations in stalagmites: controls by climate and by karst system processes.
A. Godelitsas and J. M. Astilleros: Dissolution, sorption/(re)precipitation, formation of solid solutions and crystal growth phenomena on mineral surfaces: implications for the removal of toxic metals from the environment.
E. H. Oelkers and S. R. Gislason: Water-CO2-rock interaction during carbon sequestration.
D. Bosbach: Solid-solution formation and the long-term safety of nuclear-waste disposal.
A. L. Cohen and G. A. Gaetani: Ion partitioning and the geochemistry of oral skeletons: solving the mystery of the vital effect.
H.M. Stoll: Ion partitioning and trace-element proxies in foraminifera and coccoliths.


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