||Abiotic Organic Reactions at Mineral Surfaces.
Voudrias, E. A. ;
Reinhard, M. ;
||Stanford Univ., CA. Dept. of Civil Engineering.;Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.
Chemical reactions ;
Elimination reactions ;
Substitution reactions ;
Oxidation reduction reactions ;
Clay minerals ;
Moisture content ;
Organic chemistry ;
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||Abiotic organic reactions, such as hydrolysis, elimination, substitution, redox, and polymerization reactions, can be influenced by surfaces of clay and primary minerals, and of metal oxides. This influence is due to adsorption of the reactants to surface Lewis and Bronsted sites. Temperature and moisture content are the most important environmental variables. Under ambient environmental temperatures, some reactions are extremely slow. However, even extremely slow transformation reactions may be important from environmental and geochemical viewpoints. (Copyright (c) 1986 American Chemical Society.)
||Pub. in Geochemical Processes at Mineral Surfaces, ACS Symposium Series 323, p462-486 1986. Sponsored by Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.
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