Changes occurring at surfaces during reactions between powdered iron(III) oxide and some carbonates
J Beretka and MJ Ridge
Australian Journal of Chemistry
26(6) 1353 - 1355
The spikes, platelets, and other features with extensive surfaces observed on the particles of the product of the reaction of barium carbonate with iron(III) oxide or aluminium oxide result from reaction with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in the presence of water vapour. They do not appear to be features of the solid state reaction as was thought earlier.
Full text doi:10.1071/CH9731353
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