Geochemical Behavior of Low Valence Manganese Oxides: Effects of Structural Impurity and Secondary Mineral

As the third most abundant transition metal in the Earth’s crust, manganese (Mn) is often found in various forms of (oxyhydr)oxides in the environment (hereafter, Mn-oxides). Mn-oxides possess a high sorption capacity and are a powerful oxidizer, and thus, play critical roles in regulating nutrient cycles and the speciation and distribution of trace metals and metalloids in the environment. The structure and geochemical behaviors of Mn-oxides have been extensively studied using birnessite minerals that contain...
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