“FOUR-LETTERS” (γ → ε → β → α) THERMAL TRANSFORMATION OF Si-RICH FERRIHYDRITE

Gabriela Pieczara, Grzegorz Rzepa, Adam Gaweł, Anna Tomczyk

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γ → ε → β → α; Si-rich ferrihydrite; thermal transformation;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7494/geol.2015.41.1.121

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