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Volume 72, Number 1, February 2008

Free Content Geochemistry of the Earth's surface
pp. i-ii(2)
Author: Hodson, Mark

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Free Content Weathering of soil minerals by angiosperm and gymnosperm trees
pp. 11-14(4)
Authors: Andrews, M. Y.; Ague, J. J.; Berner, R. A.

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Free Content Kinetic and structural constraints during glauconite dissolution: implications for mineral disposal of CO2
pp. 27-31(5)
Authors: Fernandez-Bastero, S.; Gil-Lozano, C.; Briones, M. J. I.; Gago-Duport, L.

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Free Content The role of earthworm communities in soil mineral weathering: a field experiment
pp. 33-36(4)
Authors: Carpenter, D.; Hodson, M. E.; Eggleton, P.; Kirk, C.

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Free Content The effect of aqueous sulphate on basaltic glass dissolution rates
pp. 39-41(3)
Authors: Flaathen, T. K.; Oelkers, E. H.; Gislason, S.

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Free Content Can chromite weathering be a source of Cr in soils?
pp. 49-53(5)
Authors: Garnier, J.; Quantin, C.; Guimarães, E.; Becquer, T.

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Free Content Numerical modelling of CO2-water-basalt interaction
pp. 55-59(5)
Authors: Gysi, A. P.; Stefánsson, A.

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Free Content Effect of cyanobacterial growth on biotite surfaces under laboratory nutrient-limited conditions
pp. 71-75(5)
Authors: Kapitulĉinová, D.; Cockell, C. S.; Hallam, K. R.; Ragnarsdottir, K. V.

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Free Content Pseudomorphic replacement of single calcium carbonate crystals by polycrystalline apatite
pp. 77-80(4)
Authors: Kasioptas, A.; Perdikouri, C.; Putnis, C. V.; Putnis, A.

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Free Content Incongruent weathering of Cd and Zn from mine tailings
pp. 81-84(4)
Authors: Kossoff, D.; Hudson-Edwards, K. A.; Dubbin, W. E.; Alfredsson, M.

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Free Content Biological weathering in soil: the role of symbiotic root-associated fungi biosensing minerals and directing photosynthate-energy into grain-scale mineral weathering
pp. 85-89(5)
Authors: Leake, J. R.; Duran, A. L.; Hardy, K. E.; Johnson, I.; Beerling, D. J.; Banwart, S. A.; Smits, M. M.

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Free Content The effect of fluid composition on the mechanism of the aragonite to calcite transition
pp. 111-114(4)
Authors: Perdikouri, C.; Kasioptas, A.; Putnis, C. V.; Putnis, A.

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Free Content High-resolution imaging of biotite dissolution and measurement of activation energy
pp. 115-120(6)
Authors: McMaster, T. J.; Smits, M. M.; Haward, S. J.; Leake, J. R.; Banwart, S.; Ragnarsdottir, K. V.

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Free Content Aquifer characterization with tracer test technique; permanent CO2 sequestration into basalt, SW Iceland
pp. 121-125(5)
Authors: Rezvani Khalilabad, M.; Axelsson, G.; Gislason, S. R.

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Free Content Ectomycorrhizal fungi in mineral soil
pp. 127-130(4)
Authors: Rosling, A.; Rosenstock, N.

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Free Content Ectomycorrhizal weathering, a matter of scale?
pp. 131-134(4)
Authors: Smits, M. M.; Bonneville, S.; Haward, S.; Leake, J. R.

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Free Content Dissolution of diopside and basaltic glass: the effect of carbonate coating
pp. 135-139(5)
Authors: Stockmann, G.; Wolff-Boenisch, D.; Gíslason, S. R.; Oelkers, E. H.

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Free Content Macro- to nanoscale study of the effect of aqueous sulphate on calcite growth
pp. 141-144(4)
Authors: Vavouraki, A. I.; Putnis, C. V.; Putnis, A.; Oelkers, E. H.; Koutsoukos, P. G.

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Free Content Solute profiles in soils, weathering gradients and exchange equilibrium/disequilibrium
pp. 149-153(5)
Authors: White, A. F.; Schulz, M. S.; Stonestrom, D. A.; Vivit, D. V.; Fitzpatrick, J.; Bullen, T.

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Free Content Dissolution rates of crystalline basalt at pH 4 and 10 and 25–75°C
pp. 155-158(4)
Authors: Gudbrandsson, S.; Wolff-Boenisch, D.; Gíslason, S. R.; Oelkers, E. H.

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Free Content Synchrotron X-ray studies of heavy metal mineral-microbe interactions
pp. 169-173(5)
Authors: Brown, G. E.; Wang, Y.; Gélabert, A.; Ha, J.; Cismasu, C.; Ona-Nguema, G.; Benzerara, K.; Miot, J.; Menguy, N.; Morin, G.; Juillot, F.; Guyot, F.; Calas, G.; Farges, F.; Trainor, T. P.; Gescher, J.; Cordova, C.; Spormann, A. M.

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Free Content The blue colouring of beryls from Licungo, Mozambique: an X-ray absorption spectroscopy study at the iron K-edge
pp. 175-178(4)
Authors: Figueiredo, M. O.; Pereira da Silva, T.; Veiga, J. P.; Leal Gomes, C.; De Andrade, V.

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Free Content Applications of time-resolved synchrotron X-ray diffraction to cation exchange, crystal growth and biomineralization reactions
pp. 179-184(6)
Authors: Heaney, P. J.; Post, J. E.; Fischer, T. B.; Hummer, D. R.; Lopano, C. L.; Wall, A. J.

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Free Content Reduction of antimony by nano-particulate magnetite and mackinawite
pp. 185-189(5)
Authors: Kirsch, R.; Scheinost, A. C.; Rossberg, A.; Banerjee, D.; Charlet, L.

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Free Content Application of synchrotron methods to assess the uptake of roadway-derived Zn by earthworms in an urban soil
pp. 191-195(5)
Authors: Lev, S. M.; Landa, E. R.; Szlavecz, K.; Casey, R.; Snodgrass, J.

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Free Content The first environmental science experiments on the new microfocus spectroscopy beamline at Diamond
pp. 197-200(4)
Authors: Mosselmans, J. F. W.; Quinn, P. D.; Roque Rosell, J.; Atkinson, K. D.; Dent, A. J.; Cavill, S. I.; Hodson, M. E.; Kirk, C. A.; Schofield, P. F.

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Free Content Green rust as a precursor for magnetite: an in situ synchrotron based study
pp. 201-204(4)
Authors: Sumoondur, A.; Shaw, S.; Ahmed, I.; Benning, L. G.

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Free Content Microscopy and spectroscopy with X-rays for studies in the environmental sciences
pp. 211-216(6)
Authors: Thieme, J.; Gleber, S.-C.; Guttmann, P.; Prietzel, J.; McNulty, I.; Coates, J.

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Free Content The metagenomics of biosilicification: causes and effects
pp. 221-225(5)
Authors: Benning, L. G.; Tobler, D. J.

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Free Content Biological control over the formation and storage of amorphous calcium carbonate by earthworms
pp. 227-231(5)
Authors: Briones, M. J. I.; López, E.; Méndez, J.; Rodríguez, J. B.; Gago-Duport, L.

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Free Content Oxygen isotope equilibrium in brachiopod shell fibres in the context of biological control
pp. 239-242(4)
Authors: Cusack, M.; Pérez-Huerta, A.; Chung, P.; Parkinson, D.; Dauphin, Y.; Cuif, J.-P.

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Free Content The nanostructural unity of Mollusc shells
pp. 243-246(4)
Author: Dauphin, Y.

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Free Content Chemical composition of enamel and dentine in modern reptile teeth
pp. 247-250(4)
Authors: Dauphin, Y.; Williams, C. T.

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Free Content Biocalcification by Emiliania huxleyi in batch culture experiments
pp. 251-256(6)
Authors: De Bodt, C.; Harlay, J.; Chou, L.

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Free Content Crystallization of calcite from amorphous calcium carbonate: earthworms show the way
pp. 257-261(5)
Authors: Lee, M. R.; Hodson, M. E.; Langworthy, G. N.

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Free Content Terrestrial plant-Si and environmental changes
pp. 263-267(5)
Authors: Meunier, J. D.; Guntzer, F.; Kirman, S.; Keller, C.

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Free Content Calcite crystal growth orientation: implications for trace metal uptake into coccoliths
pp. 269-272(4)
Authors: Payne, V. E.; Rickaby, R. E. M.; Benning, L. G.; Shaw, S.

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Free Content Exploring the role of ions and amino acids in directing the growth of minerals from solution
pp. 273-276(4)
Authors: Piana, S.; Jones, F.; Taylor, Z.; Raiteri, P.; Gale, J. D.

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Free Content Dehydration behaviour of the Ca(SO4,HPO4).2H2O solid solution
pp. 277-281(5)
Authors: Pinto, A. J.; Jimenez, A.; Prieto, M.

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Free Content How to make 'stable' ACC: protocol and preliminary structural characterization
pp. 283-286(4)
Authors: Rodriguez-Blanco, J. D.; Shaw, S.; Benning, L. G.

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Free Content The size and polydispersity of silica nanoparticles under simulated hot spring conditions
pp. 287-290(4)
Authors: Tobler, D. J.; Benning, L. G.; Knapp, J.

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Free Content Bacterial EPS as a mediator of calcium carbonate morphology and polymorphism
pp. 291-291(1)
Authors: Tourney, J.; Ngwenya, B. T.

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Free Content Climate, water and CO2: a geological perspective
pp. 293-294(2)
Author: Veizer, J.

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Free Content Simulations of monosaccharide on calcite surfaces
pp. 295-299(5)
Authors: Yang, M.; Harding, J.; Stipp, S. L. S.

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Free Content Trees and late Palaeozoic CO2 and O2
pp. 305-305(1)
Author: Berner, R. A.

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Free Content Changes in the flux of Saharan dust to the East Mediterranean Sea since the last glacial maximum as observed through Sr-isotope geochemistry
pp. 307-311(5)
Authors: Box, M. R.; Krom, M. D.; Cliff, R.; Almogi-Labin, A.; Bar-Matthews, M.; Ayalon, A.; Schillman, B.; Paterne, M.

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Free Content Fe isotope fractionation between inorganic aqueous Fe(III) and a Fe siderophore complex
pp. 313-316(4)
Authors: Dideriksen, K.; Baker, J. A.; Stipp, S. L. S.

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Free Content The feedback between climate and weathering
pp. 317-320(4)
Authors: Gislason, S. R.; Oelkers, E. H.; Eiriksdottir, E. S.; Kardjilov, M. I.; Gisladottir, G.; Sigfusson, B.; Snorrason, A.; Elefsen, S.; Hardardottir, J.; Torssander, P.; Oskarsson, N.

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Free Content Chemostatic modes of the ocean-atmosphere-sediment system through Phanerozoic time
pp. 329-332(4)
Authors: Mackenzie, F. T.; Arvidson, R. S.; Guidry, M.

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Free Content Controlled biomineralization of magnetite (Fe3O4) by Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense
pp. 333-336(4)
Authors: Moisescu, C.; Bonneville, S.; Tobler, D.; Ardelean, I.; Benning, L. G.

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Free Content Phosphate mineral reactivity: from global cycles to sustainable development
pp. 337-340(4)
Authors: Oelkers, E. H.; Valsami-Jones, E.; Roncal-Herrero, T.

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Free Content Investigation of climate change and history of lead deposition using soil archives
pp. 341-343(3)
Authors: Pampura, T.; Demkin, V.; Probst, A.

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Free Content Nanoparticulate bioavailable iron minerals in icebergs and glaciers
pp. 345-348(4)
Authors: Raiswell, R.; Benning, L. G.; Davidson, L.; Tranter, M.

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Free Content Ethanol adsorption on the {1014} calcite surface: preliminary observations with atomic force microscopy
pp. 353-357(5)
Authors: Sand, K. K.; Stipp, S. L. S.; Hassenkam, T.; Yang, M.; Cooke, D.; Makovicky, E.

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Free Content Silicate weathering in anoxic marine sediments
pp. 363-366(4)
Authors: Wallmann, K.; Aloisi, G.; Haeckel, M.; Tishchenko, P.; Pavlova, G.; Greinert, J.; Kutterolf, S.; Eisenhauer, A.

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Free Content Ecotoxicity of Ni in soil
pp. 367-371(5)
Authors: Allen, H. E.; Yanqing, Lin; Di Toro, D. M.

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Free Content Reactive nanoparticles in chalk: implications for sequestration of metals from groundwater
pp. 373-376(4)
Authors: Balogh, Z.; Stipp, S. L. S.; Bechgaard, K.; Johnson, E.

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Free Content Experimental study of Ni adsorption on chalk: preliminary results
pp. 377-379(3)
Authors: Belova, D. A.; Lakshtanov, L. Z.; Stipp, S. L. S.

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Free Content Adsorption studies of Mo and V onto ferrihydrite
pp. 385-388(4)
Authors: Brinza, L.; Benning, L. G.; Statham, P. J.

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Free Content Uptake of Cd from seawater by calcite
pp. 389-392(4)
Authors: Carneiro, J.; Stoll, H.; Prieto, M.

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Free Content Influence of biofilms on transport of fluids in subsurface granitic environments – some mineralogical and petrographical observations of materials from column experiments
pp. 393-397(5)
Authors: Coombs, P.; West, J. M.; Wagner, D.; Turner, G.; Noy, D. J.; Milodowski, A. E.; Lacinska, A.; Harrison, H.; Bateman, K.

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Free Content Hydrochemical characteristics of the natural waters associated with the flooding of the Meirama open pit (A Coruña, NW Spain)
pp. 399-403(5)
Authors: Delgado, J.; Juncosa, R.; Vazquez, A.; Falcón, I.; Canal, J.; Hernández, H.; Padilla, F.; Rodríguez-Vellando, P.; Delgado, J. L.

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Free Content Natural and anthropogenic impacts on the composition of lake sediments
pp. 411-413(3)
Authors: Eskola, T.; Peuraniemi, V.

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Free Content The adsorption of progesterone onto mineral surfaces imaged with high-resolution atomic force microscopy
pp. 419-424(6)
Authors: Goritschnig, B.; Hallam, K. R.; McMaster, T.; Ragnarsdottir, V.

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Free Content Efficiences of As uptake from aqueous solution by a natural vivianite material at 4°C
pp. 429-431(3)
Authors: Hudson-Edwards, K. A.; Houghton, S.; Taylor, K. G.

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Free Content A logistic regression method for mapping the As hazard risk in shallow, reducing groundwaters in Cambodia
pp. 437-440(4)
Authors: Rodríguez Lado, L.; Polya, D. A.; Hegan, A.

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Free Content The geochemical and isotopic composition of ground waters in West Bengal: tracing ground-surface water interaction and its role in arsenic release
pp. 441-444(4)
Authors: Lawson, M.; Ballentine, C. J.; Polya, D. A.; Boyce, A. J.; Mondal, D.; Chatterjee, D.; Majumder, S.; Biswas, A.

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Free Content A record of anthropogenic Pb deposition in a Mediterranean karst catchment (Lake Vrana, Cres Island, Croatia)
pp. 455-460(6)
Authors: Miko, S.; Mesić, S.; Šparica Miko, M.; Hasan, O.

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Free Content Multiple regression analysis of As ground-water hazard and assessment of As-attributable human health risks in Chakdha Block, West Bengal
pp. 461-465(5)
Authors: Mondal, D.; Hegan, A.; Rodriguez-Lado, L.; Banerjee, M.; Giri, A. K.; Polya, D. A.

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Free Content Impact of acid mine drainage from Tinoca Mine on the Abrilongo dam (southeast Portugal)
pp. 467-472(6)
Authors: Morais, C.; Rosado, L.; Mirão, J.; Pinto, A. P.; Nogueira, P.; Candeias, A. E.

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Free Content Transformation of calcium carbonate polymorphs: preliminary results
pp. 473-476(4)
Authors: Nissenbaum, J.; Stipp, S. L. S.; Johnnson, A.

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Free Content Inorganic substances screening and prioritization (ISSP) in risk assessment for mining operations
pp. 477-481(5)
Authors: Pan, J.; Oates, C.; Ihlenfeld, C.; Plant, J.; Voulvoulis, N.

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Free Content Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of heavy-metal transport and fate in an artificial biofilm
pp. 483-486(4)
Authors: Phoenix, V. R.; Holmes, W. M.; Ramanan, B.

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Free Content Endocrine disrupting substances in the late anthropocene and breast and prostate cancer
pp. 487-487(1)
Authors: Plant, J.; Mckinlay, A. R.; Voulvoulis, N.

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Free Content Weathering of S. Domingos (Iberian Pyritic Belt) abandoned mine slags
pp. 489-494(6)
Authors: Rosado, L.; Morais, C.; Candeias, A. E.; Pinto, A. P.; Guimarães, F.; Mirão, J.

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Free Content Nano-technology and a sustainable environment
pp. 501-505(5)
Authors: Stipp, S. L. S.; Christiansen, B. C.; Dideriksen, K.; Skovbjerg, L. L.; Karlby, L.; Lakshtanov, L. Z.

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Free Content Speciation studies in understanding high As content in ground water
pp. 507-511(5)
Authors: Szocs, T.; Horváth, I.; Bartha, A.; Bertalan, É.; Ballók, M.; Horváth, É.

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Free Content Mn oxide as a contaminated-land remediation product
pp. 513-513(1)
Authors: Tourney, J.; Dowding, C.; Worrall, F.; McCann, C.; Gray, N.; Davenport, R.; Johnson, K.

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Free Content Nanomaterial synthesis and characterization for toxicological studies: TiO2 case study
pp. 515-519(5)
Authors: Valsami-Jones, E.; Berhanu, D.; Dybowska, A.; Misra, S.; Boccaccini, A. R.; Tetley, T. D.; Luoma, S. N.; Plant, J. A.

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Free Content Metal-contaminant leaching from lead smelter fly ash using pH-stat experiments
pp. 521-524(4)
Authors: Vítková, M.; Ettler, V.; Šebek, O.; Mihaljevič, M.

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Free Content A computer-modelling study of CdCO3-CaCO3 solid solutions
pp. 525-529(5)
Authors: Wang, Q.; de Leeuw, N. H.

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