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Growth Characteristics of Calcite Crystals in Aqueous Solutions of Carbonic Acid

  • N. Yu. Ikornikova
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)

Abstract

Natural crystals of Iceland spar are formed in both chloride and carbonate hydrothermal solutions. In this communication we shall present the results of some experiments on the growth of calcite crystals in aqueous solutions of carbonic acid. In relation to the composition of the virtual components* these solutions are analogous to natural carbonate thermal springs.

Keywords

Temperature Coefficient Carbonic Acid Calcite Crystal Henry Constant Impurity Component 
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