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Open Access Thermochemical Reactivity of Metal Carbonates

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The thermochemical reactivity of alkaline earth metal and transition-metal carbonates is discussed. Emphasis is given to the dependence of degradation mechanisms and the concomitant formation of solid and volatile products on temperature range, gas atmosphere, and type of energy impact. The experimental findings comprise informative aspects, how immobilized inorganic carbon, i.e. as metal carbonate, can be converted by heterogeneous solid-state decompositions and/or in situ catalysis into inorganic solid products and into volatile organic carbon compounds.

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Publication date: September 1, 1991

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