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Latent disciplinal clashes concerning the batch dissolution of minerals, and their wider implications

Victor W. Truesdale, Jim Greenwood

Environmental context. Mineral dissolution kinetics are important to understand natural processes including those increasingly used to store waste carbon dioxide and highly radio-active nuclides, and those involved in the amelioration of climate change and sea-level rise. We highlight a mistake made in the fundamental science that has retarded progress in the field for over 40 years. Its removal suggests improved ways to approach dissolution studies.


Authors:   ie=edge
Journal:   Environmental Chemistry
Year:   2018
DOI:   10.1071/EN17199
Publication date:   11-May-2018
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