On mechanisms of mesocrystal formation : magnesium ions and water environments regulate the crystallization of amorphous minerals

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Nature produces hierarchical, functional materials by shaping amorphous mineral precursors under physiological conditions. Although biominerals inspire the architectures of synthetic counterparts, the biogenic phase transformations yielding precise crystalline forms, polymorphs and structures are unclear. Elucidating the transformation and structuration of amorphous minerals, herein we show distinct crystallization and structuration schemes synergistically controlled by environmental water contents and the Mg/Ca atomic ratio within amorphous mixed metal carbonates. Control of phase transformation, as well as resultant crystalline micro- and nano-structures, reflects the significance of the amorphous precursors of biominerals as disordered by design. Thereby, we complement the literature-known, suggested (bio)polymer-mediated ‘divide and protect’ mechanism of amorphous mineral stabilization by a Mg2+-based ‘unite and protect’ strategy. Altogether, this allows delineating a novel mechanism for mesocrystal formation based on the interface-coupled dissolution–re-precipitation of mesoscale amorphous precursors, which appear important in biomineralization. In the latter case, the recruitment of environmentally abundant Mg2+ species can also supplement the functions of biomolecules.

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ISO 690HUANG, Yu-Chieh, Maxim Benjamin GINDELE, Jennifer KNAUS, Ashit RAO, Denis GEBAUER, 2018. On mechanisms of mesocrystal formation : magnesium ions and water environments regulate the crystallization of amorphous minerals. In: CrystEngComm. 2018, 20(31), pp. 4395-4405. eISSN 1466-8033. Available under: doi: 10.1039/c8ce00241j
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  year={2018},
  doi={10.1039/c8ce00241j},
  title={On mechanisms of mesocrystal formation : magnesium ions and water environments regulate the crystallization of amorphous minerals},
  number={31},
  volume={20},
  journal={CrystEngComm},
  pages={4395--4405},
  author={Huang, Yu-Chieh and Gindele, Maxim Benjamin and Knaus, Jennifer and Rao, Ashit and Gebauer, Denis}
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