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The carbonation kinetics of calcium hydroxide nanoparticles: A Boundary Nucleation and Growth description.

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Summary of "The carbonation kinetics of calcium hydroxide nanoparticles: A Boundary Nucleation and Growth description."

The reaction of Ca(OH) with CO to form CaCO (carbonation process) is of high interest for construction materials, environmental applications and art preservation. Here, the "Boundary Nucleation and Growth" model (BNGM) was adopted for the first time to consider the effect of the surface area of Ca(OH) nanoparticles on the carbonation kinetics.

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Name: Journal of colloid and interface science
ISSN: 1095-7103
Pages: 370-381

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