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Tubular Structures of Calcium Carbonate: Formation, Characterization, and Implications in Natural Mineral Environments

Getenet, Melese ; Rieder, Julian ; Kellermeier, Matthias ; Kunz, Werner ; Manuel García‐Ruiz, Juan


Chemical gardens are self-assembled tubular precipitates formed by a combination of osmosis, buoyancy, and chemical reaction, and thought to be capable of catalyzing prebiotic condensation reactions. In many cases, the tube wall is a bilayer structure with the properties of a diaphragm and/or a membrane. The interest in silica gardens as microreactors for materials science has increased over the ...


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