When kinetics and thermodynamics should play together

The formation of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) in water has ramifications for everything from food and energy production to human health and the availability of drinkable water. But in the context of todayís environment, simply studying how calcium carbonate forms in pure water isnít helpful. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louisís McKelvey School of Engineering […]

When kinetics and thermodynamics should play together

The formation of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) in water has ramifications for everything from food and energy production to human health and the availability of drinkable water. But in the context ...

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How the salinity of water affects calcium carbonate nucleation

Research suggests that without considering certain factors, researchers may overestimate how fast calcium carbonate forms in saline environments.

Mon 1 Jul 19 from ScienceDaily

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