Subject: TP1-1185 | HD9502-9502.5 | [ PHYS ] Physics [physics] | Chemical technology | Energy industries. Energy policy. Fuel trade
Growth of the sodiumaluminium-hydroxy carbonate dawsonite (NaAl(OH)2CO3) after charging saline aquifers with CO2 has been assumed in a plethora of numerical simulations at different mineralogies, aqueous solutions, pressures and temperatures. It appears however that ... View more
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