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THE DISSOLUTION OF CALCITE IN ACID WATERS - MASS-TRANSPORT VERSUS SURFACE CONTROL

Abstract:
The dissolution of calcite in acidic waters is, under conditions of high mass transport, controlled by the first order heterogeneous reaction of H+ at the interface and not by diffusion as previously thought. The implications of this for lake liming strategies (aimed at countering the effects of "acid rain') are significant. -from Author
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Journal:
FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
Volume:
22
Issue:
2
Pages:
285-288
Publication date:
1989-10-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1365-2427
ISSN:
0046-5070
URN:
uuid:7e503fc6-1c35-4ade-90f5-ba2ab585ea16
Source identifiers:
43154
Local pid:
pubs:43154
Language:
English

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