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Capturing an amorphous BaSO<sub>4</sub> intermediate precursor to barite

Capturing an amorphous BaSO4 intermediate precursor to barite

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RUIZ AGUDO, Cristina, David MCDONOGH, Jonathan Thomas AVARO, David Joshua SCHUPP, Denis GEBAUER, 2020. Capturing an amorphous BaSO4 intermediate precursor to barite. In: CrystEngComm. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). 22(8), pp. 1310-1313. eISSN 1466-8033. Available under: doi: 10.1039/c9ce01555h

@article{RuizAgudo2020-02-24Captu-49335, title={Capturing an amorphous BaSO4 intermediate precursor to barite}, year={2020}, doi={10.1039/c9ce01555h}, number={8}, volume={22}, journal={CrystEngComm}, pages={1310--1313}, author={Ruiz Agudo, Cristina and McDonogh, David and Avaro, Jonathan Thomas and Schupp, David Joshua and Gebauer, Denis} }

McDonogh, David Schupp, David Joshua Capturing an amorphous BaSO<sub>4</sub> intermediate precursor to barite Avaro, Jonathan Thomas Ruiz Agudo, Cristina Ruiz Agudo, Cristina Schupp, David Joshua The work presented here investigates the early stages of barium sulfate crystallization from aqueous solutions. By monitoring free-barium activity during the crystallization, we identified a metastable BaSO<sub>4</sub> phase that precedes barite formation. Ex situ investigations provide direct, unambiguous experimental evidence of an amorphous BaSO<sub>4</sub> phase in an additive-free scenario. 2020-04-29T08:03:30Z Gebauer, Denis Gebauer, Denis 2020-04-29T08:03:30Z Avaro, Jonathan Thomas McDonogh, David 2020-02-24 eng

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