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Sloan Foundation, the Carnegie Institution of Washington, the National Science Foundation, and NASA’s Astrobiology Institute for support of this study. 36 Hazen, Downs, Jones, Kah Carbon Mineralogy & Crystal Chemistry REFERENCES Brooks CR (1996). Principles of the Heat Treatment of Plain Carbon and Low Alloy Steels. ASM International, Materials Park, Ohio Browell EJJ (1860) Description and analysis of an undescribed mineral from Jarrow Slake. Tyneside Naturalists Field Club 5:103-104 Bundy FP (1967) Hexagonal diamond—a new form of carbon.
These phases occur most commonly as a result of hydrothermal alteration of calcite by reduced fluids rich in Fe2+ and Mn2+. The aragonite group A large number of CaCO3 polymorphs enrich carbonate mineralogy (Carlson 1983; Chang et al. 1997). The aragonite group, which includes the aragonite form of CaCO3 plus cerussite (PbCO3), strontianite (SrCO3), and witherite (BaCO3), prevail in carbonates that contain cations with ionic radii as large or larger than calcium. The crystal structure of aragonite (Speer 1983; Fig.
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Carbon in Earth by Robert M Hazen;Adrian P Jones;John A Baross;Mineralogical Society of America.;Geochemical Society.;All authors