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Dehydration of goethite to hematite from molecular ...

2010-6-30  In Fischer–Tropsch synthesis (FTS), the prepared catalyst hematite (α-Fe 2 O 3) originates from goethite (α-FeOOH) dehydration in calcinations process.The structure of α-FeOOH and its topotactic transformation into α-Fe 2 O 3 under 300–900 K have been modeled within the framework of density functional theory. Molecular dynamics simulations show that

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The transformation of ferrihydrite into goethite or ...

2006-3-1  It is metastable and can transform to goethite α-FeO(OH) or hematite α-Fe 2 O 3. In fact, the solubility product of ferrihydrite (K s = 1 0-3 9) is higher than those of goethite (K s = 1 0-4 1) and hematite (K s = 1 0-4 3) . The conditions of the transformation of ferrihydrite in solution have been studied by Schwertmann et al. , . These last ...

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Surface simulation studies of the hydration of white rust ...

2007-4-1  Dissociative adsorption at goethite and hematite surfaces releases larger hydration energies, ranging from 120 to 208 kJ mol −1 for goethite and 76 to 190 kJ mol −1 for hematite. The thermodynamic morphologies of the minerals, based on the calculated surface energies, agree well with experimental morphologies, where these are available.

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Molecular modeling of water adsorption on hematite ...

This paper describes the results of modeling the surface hydration configurations formed when different planes of the hematite crystal were exposed to water using empirically derived potentials able to replicate the hematite, goethite and lepidocrocite structures to within 2% of their measured values. The planes

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On the goethite to hematite phase transformation

The hematite was deduced to be from goethite through de-hydration process as it can be seen in reaction formulated in Eqs. (12), (13), and (15) (Gialanella et al., 2010; Yunus et al., 2013). The ...

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Solubility of Hematite Revisited: Effects of Hydration ...

Alternatively, Jang et al. (2007) report that prolonged hydration of hematite converts the exposed outer surface of hematite to more soluble goethite and/or hydrous ferric oxide so that over time ...

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The Paleoclimatic Signatures of Supergene Metal Deposits

2015-10-24  supergene hematite. (B) Direct hydration of supergene hematite (martite) to goethite, on the other hand, is not thermodynamically favored (reaction 2; ΔG0 reaction = +0.567 kcal). Yet, goethite formed after hematite is abundant in duricrusts overlying supergene iron deposits. It appears that the hydration of the primary ore oxides involves a ...

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In situ study of the goethite-hematite phase ...

2013-2-16  The temperature induced goethite-hematite phase transformation that occurs at about 250 °C was studied using in situ synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction with a capillary Debye-Scherrer geometry and a translating image plate system (TIPS). To our knowledge, this is the first time the goethite-

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On the goethite to hematite phase transformation ...

2010-4-13  From goethite to hematite: thermoanalytical aspects. The DTA curves in Fig. 1 display, as more intense endothermic peaks, those pertaining to the phase transition from goethite to hematite, occurring during the first heating run of the two goethite materials (SA and GS). This irreversible transformation occurs, as expected [3, 6, 7, 11–14], over a temperature range

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The Mechanism of the Thermal Transformation From

The goethite behaves in a completely different manner as compared to hematite and magnetite-rich ore during roasting [15]. The mechanism of the transformation from goethite to hematite is ...

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Molecular modeling of water adsorption on hematite ...

This paper describes the results of modeling the surface hydration configurations formed when different planes of the hematite crystal were exposed to water using empirically derived potentials able to replicate the hematite, goethite and lepidocrocite structures to within 2% of their measured values. The planes

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On the goethite to hematite phase transformation

The hematite was deduced to be from goethite through de-hydration process as it can be seen in reaction formulated in Eqs. (12), (13), and (15) (Gialanella et al., 2010; Yunus et al., 2013). The ...

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Surface simulation studies of the hydration of white rust ...

2007-11-23  1 for goethite and 40 to 85 kJ mol 1 for hematite, reflecting the increasing oxidation of the iron mineral. Dissociative adsorption at goethite and hematite surfaces releases larger hydration energies, ranging from 120 to 208 kJ mol 1for goethite and 76 to 190 kJ mol for hematite.

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Solubility of Hematite Revisited: Effects of Hydration ...

Alternatively, Jang et al. (2007) report that prolonged hydration of hematite converts the exposed outer surface of hematite to more soluble goethite and/or hydrous ferric oxide so that over time ...

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Surface simulation studies of the hydration of white rust ...

Dissociative adsorption at goethite and hematite surfaces releases larger hydration energies, ranging from 120 to 208 kJ mol−1 for goethite and 76 to 190 kJ mol−1 for hematite.

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Surface simulation studies of the hydration of white rust ...

Computer modelling techniques were used to elucidate the hydration behaviour of three iron (hydr)oxide minerals at the atomic level: white rust, goethite and hematite. A potential model was first adapted and tested against the bulk structures and properties of eight different iron oxides, oxyhydroxides and hydroxides, followed by surface simulations of Fe(OH) 2, α

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2019-8-28  minerals goethite and hematite are presented in this work. A primary focus was to examine Pu(VI) sorption to goethite and 1% Al-substituted goethite at a fundamental level. The chemistry of plutonium is extremely complex, especially regarding solubility and oxidation state,

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Incorporation of silica into the goethite structure: a ...

2018-3-3  Goethite was the only Fe-(hydr)oxide formed at pH 12, while hematite and twinned goethite were synthesized at pH 10. The dissolved silica favored the formation of hematite and twinned goethite. The Fe-(hydr)oxides formed discrete mineral coatings on the quartz surface and aggregated in surface defects such as edges, pits, and fracture sites.

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The Mechanism of the Thermal Transformation From

The goethite behaves in a completely different manner as compared to hematite and magnetite-rich ore during roasting [15]. The mechanism of the transformation from goethite to hematite is ...

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Goethite mineral Britannica

Goethite, a widespread iron oxide mineral [α-FeO(OH)] and the most common ingredient of iron rust.It was named in 1806 for J.W. von Goethe, a German poet and philosopher with a keen interest in minerals. The name was originally applied to lepidocrocite [γ-FeO(OH)], a less common mineral with the same chemical composition as goethite

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Molecular modeling of water adsorption on hematite ...

This paper describes the results of modeling the surface hydration configurations formed when different planes of the hematite crystal were exposed to water using empirically derived potentials able to replicate the hematite, goethite and lepidocrocite structures to within 2% of their measured values. The planes

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Surface simulation studies of the hydration of white rust ...

2007-11-23  1 for goethite and 40 to 85 kJ mol 1 for hematite, reflecting the increasing oxidation of the iron mineral. Dissociative adsorption at goethite and hematite surfaces releases larger hydration energies, ranging from 120 to 208 kJ mol 1for goethite and 76 to 190 kJ mol for hematite.

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Surface simulation studies of the hydration of white rust ...

Dissociative adsorption at goethite and hematite surfaces releases larger hydration energies, ranging from 120 to 208 kJ mol−1 for goethite and 76 to 190 kJ mol−1 for hematite.

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Effects of the Goethite Surface Hydration Microstructure ...

Dodecylamine (DDA) and sodium oleate (OL) are commonly used collectors in the reverse flotation and the direct flotation of goethite. However, the flotation mechanisms of DDA and OL on the goethite surface remain unclear. In this study, the first-principles density functional theory calculations were used to reveal the role of the hydration of the goethite surface and its effects

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Volcanogenic fluorite-hematite deposits and associated ...

At surface the Vergenoeg orebody is made up of an oxidized gossan, which consists of massive to porous hematite-goethite cementing pelletal fluorite. Extensive secondary leaching and hydration-dehydration has led to classical colloidal textures. The gossan is a replacement after magnetite and siderite.

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Incorporation of silica into the goethite structure: a ...

2018-3-3  Goethite was the only Fe-(hydr)oxide formed at pH 12, while hematite and twinned goethite were synthesized at pH 10. The dissolved silica favored the formation of hematite and twinned goethite. The Fe-(hydr)oxides formed discrete mineral coatings on the quartz surface and aggregated in surface defects such as edges, pits, and fracture sites.

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The Mechanism of the Thermal Transformation From

The goethite behaves in a completely different manner as compared to hematite and magnetite-rich ore during roasting [15]. The mechanism of the transformation from goethite to hematite is ...

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Influence of 25% Goethite on the Surface Chemistry of

2012-1-2  Surface chemical techniques were used in an attempt to characterise two samples of hematite from the Iron Duke deposit in the Middleback Ranges of South Australia. The surface chemistry of the two naturally occurring samples was compared to a high purity, synthetic sample. The presence of 25% goethite affected the isoelectric point of the hematite, but the zero points

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difference between goethite and hematite

materials, have mineralogy dominated mostly by hematite, goethite, and kaolinite. Gibbsite appears in most soil samples. The high-gradient magnetic separation showed good separation for some soils, as indicated by color differentiation and iron oxide segregation between magnetic and nonmagnetic fractions.

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Variations in relative abundances of goethite and hematite ...

Thus, the hematite/goethite ratio in large tropical rivers has been linked to aridity changes in source areas because hematite typically forms under drier conditions compared to goethite [e.g ...

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