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Synergy of Mg<sup>2+</sup> and poly(aspartic acid) in additive-controlled calcium carbonate precipitation

Synergy of Mg2+ and poly(aspartic acid) in additive-controlled calcium carbonate precipitation

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WOLF, Stefan L. P., Kathrin JÄHME, Denis GEBAUER, 2015. Synergy of Mg2+ and poly(aspartic acid) in additive-controlled calcium carbonate precipitation. In: CrystEngComm. 17(36), pp. 6857-6862. eISSN 1466-8033. Available under: doi: 10.1039/C5CE00452G

@article{Wolf2015Syner-32043, title={Synergy of Mg2+ and poly(aspartic acid) in additive-controlled calcium carbonate precipitation}, year={2015}, doi={10.1039/C5CE00452G}, number={36}, volume={17}, journal={CrystEngComm}, pages={6857--6862}, author={Wolf, Stefan L. P. and Jähme, Kathrin and Gebauer, Denis} }

Jähme, Kathrin Synergy of Mg<sup>2+</sup> and poly(aspartic acid) in additive-controlled calcium carbonate precipitation 2015-11-03T10:17:05Z Gebauer, Denis Gebauer, Denis 2015 Additive-controlled precipitation of calcium carbonate is central to various fields of research. Technically, scale formation is an important problem, where polycarboxylates are most commonly employed as inhibitors. Herein, we show that the combination of poly(aspartic acid) with magnesium ions leads to synergistic effects that bring about a dramatic increase in the efficiency towards inhibition of nucleation and growth of nanoscopic CaCO<sub>3</sub> precursors. These effects can also be crucial in biomineralization processes, where polycarboxylates and magnesium ions are thought to play important roles. eng Wolf, Stefan L. P. Jähme, Kathrin Wolf, Stefan L. P. 2015-11-03T10:17:05Z terms-of-use

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