Methods to analyze metastable and microparticulate hydrated and hydrous iron sulfate minerals
We evaluate analytical methods for characterizing hydrated and hydrous iron sulfate minerals (HHIS) that are typically metastable in air or vacuum, commonly form micrometer-sized particles, and contain multi-valent and light elements (Fe2+, Fe3+, OH-, and H2O) that may be challenging to quantify. We synthesized or obtained HHIS-szomolnokite, melanterite, rhomboclase, schwertmannite, ferricopiapite, paracoquimbite, and jarosite-as well as Fe-oxides. These nominally pure samples were...[Show more]
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