Mineral-water interface geochemistry

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Published by Mineralogical Society of America in Washington, D.C .

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  • Water chemistry -- Congresses.,
  • Mineralogy, Determinative -- Congresses.,
  • Water -- Composition -- Congresses.

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StatementM.F. Hochella, Jr. and Art F. White, editors.
SeriesReviews in mineralogy -- v. 23
ContributionsHochella, Michael F., White, Art F.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 603 p. :
Number of Pages603
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Open LibraryOL15303480M
ISBN 100939950286

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We begin in Chapter 1 with examples of the global importance of mineral-water interface reactions and a brief review of the contents of the entire book.

We believe that this book describes most of the important concepts and contributions that have driven mineral-water interface geochemistry to its present state. We begin in Chapter 1 with examples of the global importance of mineral-water interface reactions and a brief review of the contents of the entire book.

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