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Mg<sup>2+</sup> tunes the wettability of liquid precursors of CaCO<sub>3</sub> : Toward controlling mineralization sites in hybrid materials

Mg2+ tunes the wettability of liquid precursors of CaCO3 : Toward controlling mineralization sites in hybrid materials

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BERG, John Kenneth, Thomas JORDAN, Yvonne BINDER, Hans G. BÖRNER, Denis GEBAUER, 2013. Mg2+ tunes the wettability of liquid precursors of CaCO3 : Toward controlling mineralization sites in hybrid materials. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 135(34), pp. 12512-12515. ISSN 0002-7863. eISSN 1520-5126

@article{Berg2013-08-28tunes-24530, title={Mg2+ tunes the wettability of liquid precursors of CaCO3 : Toward controlling mineralization sites in hybrid materials}, year={2013}, doi={10.1021/ja404979z}, number={34}, volume={135}, issn={0002-7863}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, pages={12512--12515}, author={Berg, John Kenneth and Jordan, Thomas and Binder, Yvonne and Börner, Hans G. and Gebauer, Denis} }

deposit-license 2013-08-28 eng Jordan, Thomas Binder, Yvonne 2013-10-01T10:57:35Z Binder, Yvonne Mg<sup>2+</sup> tunes the wettability of liquid precursors of CaCO<sub>3</sub> : Toward controlling mineralization sites in hybrid materials Jordan, Thomas Börner, Hans G. Berg, John Kenneth Börner, Hans G. Gebauer, Denis Journal of the American Chemical Society ; 135 (2013), 34. - S. 12512-12515 2013-10-01T10:57:35Z Gebauer, Denis Amorphous and liquid precursors of calcium carbonate are believed to be central species of biomineralization, which serves as an important inspiration for materials chemists in the quest for new and improved organic–inorganic hybrid materials. It has become increasingly clear that magnesium ions exhibit an important function through kinetic stabilization of the metastable precursors. We show that they additionally tune the wettability of liquid precursors of CaCO3, which is a crucial requirement for successful mineralization of proteinaceous organic matrices. Moreover, tunable wettability offers straightforward means to control mineralization sites in organic–inorganic hybrids. Berg, John Kenneth

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