Surface Complexation Modeling – Hydrous Ferric Oxide
In this chapter we survey and synthesize available information on the major physical-chemical properties of hydrous ferric oxide (HFO). After examining the structure and composition of HFO, we present published data for surface area, site densities, and surface acid-base properties. Our main purpose is to obtain best estimates for the surface properties of HFO and provide a sense for the consistency of the corresponding experimental data.
Dzomback, D.A. and Morel F.M.M. (1990) Surface Complexation Modeling – Hydrous Ferric Oxide. New York, John Wiley, 393 p.
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