Principles of chemical sedimentology
Review of physical chemistry. Ion activities in natural waters. Calcium carbonate chemistry in surface waters. Evaporite formation. Diagenetic processes. Diagenetic redox reactions in the system C-N-S-H-O. Diagenesis of Ca-Mg carbonates. Formation and alteration of silica and clay minerals. Diagenesis of iron minerals.
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Review of Physical Chemistry
Ion Activities in Natural Waters
Calcium Carbonate Chemistry in Surface Waters
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