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By Rochelle M. Cornell, Udo Schwertmann

ISBN-10: 3527302743

ISBN-13: 9783527302741

Now in its moment, thoroughly revised and prolonged version, this ebook brings jointly in a single, compact quantity all elements of the knowledge to be had. It offers a coherent, brand new account of the homes, reactions and mechanisms of formation of those compounds. moreover, there are chapters facing iron oxides in rocks and soils, as biominerals and as corrosion items including tools of synthesis and the various purposes of those compounds in addition to their position within the surroundings. The specialist authors contain a lot contemporary information from their very own laboratories and point out possibilities for additional research.
Special good points are the electron micrographs and colour plates including the various assorted spectra used to demonstrate homes and elements of habit. quite a few tables and graphs permit tendencies and relationships to be obvious at a look. the entire is rounded off by way of an in depth bibliography.
An crucial quantity in and to all researchers who, no matter what their heritage and point of expertise, have an interest during this swiftly increasing box.

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67]O32 (( = vacant sites) and the space group Fd3m. Synthetic maghemite often displays superstructure forms which arise as a result of cation and, therefore, vacancy ordering (Van Oosterhout & Rooijsmans, 1958; Bernal et al. 1959). The extent of vacancy ordering is related to the crystallite size and the nature of the precursor and the amount of FeII in the structure. Feitknecht (1964) found that as synthetic crystals of Fe3O4 ca. 8389 nm. The intermediates had the same crystal size and morphology as the original crystals.

4 f shows the atomic arrangement in the {011} plane commonly displayed in real goethite crystals (see Chap. 4). The goethite structure contains two types of O atoms designated as OI and OII (Fig. 4 e). On the OI site, the O atom is shared between octahedra of two different double chains, whereas the OII atom is shared between octahedra in the same chain and is also linked to the proton. Neutron scattering has shown that the OII ±OII distance is 1) The space group was changed from Pbnm to Pnma leading to a ?

1974; with permission) shorter than that of other O±O distances in the structure. As a result, the double chains of octahedra are twisted slightly with respect to each other (Fig. 4 d, e). Each Fe in an octahedron is surrounded by four nearest Fe atoms across edges (4E) and four next to nearest Fe neighbours across corners (4C) (cf Fig. 3). Non-linear hydrogen bonds pass diagonally across the empty cation sites in the goethite structure. These bonds help link the chains of octahedra; the hydrogen bond joins an OII of one octahedron to an OI of an octahedron in a chain diagonally 17 18 2 Crystal structure opposite.

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