请登录 0 购物车
首页 图书 电子图书 期刊 参考文献及会议录 作者,编辑,审稿 A-Z 产品目录
Proceedings of an International Conference on Mitigation of Heat Exchanger Fouling and Its Economic and Environmental Implications

ISBN 打印: 1-56700-172-6

THE INFLUENCE OF IMPURITY ELEMENTS AND MAGNETIC FIELDS ON THE CRYSTALLISATION FORM OF CALCIUM CARBONATE

Abstract

Under normal conditions calcium carbonate crystallises as calcite, exhibiting hexagonal symmetry. It accumulates on surfaces exposed to hard water. Under the influence of an applied magnetic field, the unstable orthorhombic crystal form of calcium carbonate, aragonite was observed. Aragonite and vaterite do not agglomerate and accumulate.
From the results obtained in our recent work it can be concluded that the change which occurs under the influence of an applied magnetic field is the nucleation and crystallisation of a non-stable modification of CaCo3 (aragonite), influenced by the impurity ions (Fe2+, Cu2+, Zn2+). With a new approach and the application of FT - IR spectroscopy, as used in thin film characterisation, the crucial importance of impurity elements, which influence the formation of aragonite under an applied magnetic field, has been confirmed.
Ions such as Fe2+, Cu2+ and Zn2+ inhibit the growth of certain crystal planes and promote others. Our results support the suggestion from previous results reported by Donaldson [2] and Herzog [3] that the application of a magnetic field to hard water successfully inhibits the growth and agglomeration of calcium carbonate as calcite. In our work the suggestion that impurity ions such as Fe2+ [3] or Zn2+ [14] are crucial for this behaviour has been confirmed. In addition, Cu2+ ions have been observed to be of particular importance [18].
Measuring the pH and zeta-potentials also confirmed the magnetic field's influence on the electrokinetic changes in the solution with controlled amounts of CaC03 and impurity elements.
首页 Begell Digital Portal Begell数据库 期刊 图书 电子图书 参考文献及会议录 作者,编辑,审稿 A-Z 产品目录 订购及政策 关于BegellHouse 联系我们 Language English 中文 Русский 日本語 Português Deutsch Français Español