Chemical composition and solubility of ocean phosphatized rocks in seawater, supplement to: Baturin, Gleb N; Savenko, Alexandra V (2002): The problem of limestone phosphatization in light of experimental investigation. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2002, 42(2), 210-217, Oceanology, 42(2), 197-205

Gleb N Baturin & Alexandra V Savenko
In order to elucidate possibility of limestone phosphatization during contact with seawater two sets of experiments were carried out: that of solubility of natural phosphates in seawater and that of deposition of phosphorus onto calcareous phase. Concentration of phosphorus in seawater used for solubility experiments varied from 39 to 338 µ/l, temperature was 5.5-17.5°C and pH 7.8-7.9. The lowest solubility was characteristic of ancient crystallized samples. The deposition experiments showed that in case when concentration...
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