Jacques Schott
Jacques Schott
CNRS-Université de Toulouse
Verified email at get.obs-mip.fr
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Encyclopedia of surface and colloid science
AT Hubbard
CRC press, 2002
5022002
The effect of aluminum, pH, and chemical affinity on the rates of aluminosilicate dissolution reactions
EH Oelkers, J Schott, JL Devidal
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 58 (9), 2011-2024, 1994
4761994
Mechanism of pyroxene and amphibole weathering—I. Experimental studies of iron-free minerals
J Schott, RA Berner, EL Sjöberg
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 45 (11), 2123-2135, 1981
4201981
Erosion of Deccan Traps determined by river geochemistry: impact on the global climate and the 87Sr/86Sr ratio of seawater
C Dessert, B Dupré, LM François, J Schott, J Gaillardet, G Chakrapani, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 188 (3-4), 459-474, 2001
4192001
Kinetics and mechanism of forsterite dissolution at 25 C and pH from 1 to 12
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 64 (19), 3313-3325, 2000
3992000
Dissolution kinetics of calcite, dolomite and magnesite at 25 C and 0 to 50 atm pCO2
OS Pokrovsky, SV Golubev, J Schott
Chemical geology 217 (3-4), 239-255, 2005
3742005
Iron colloids/organic matter associated transport of major and trace elements in small boreal rivers and their estuaries (NW Russia)
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Chemical Geology 190 (1-4), 141-179, 2002
3672002
Chemical weathering in the drainage basin of a tropical watershed (Nsimi-Zoetele site, Cameroon): comparison between organic-poor and organic-rich waters
J Viers, B Dupré, M Polvé, J Schott, JL Dandurand, JJ Braun
Chemical Geology 140 (3-4), 181-206, 1997
3381997
Calcite, dolomite and magnesite dissolution kinetics in aqueous solutions at acid to circumneutral pH, 25 to 150 C and 1 to 55 atm pCO2: New constraints on CO2 sequestration in …
OS Pokrovsky, SV Golubev, J Schott, A Castillo
Chemical geology 265 (1-2), 20-32, 2009
3192009
The link between mineral dissolution/precipitation kinetics and solution chemistry
J Schott, OS Pokrovsky, EH Oelkers
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 70 (1), 207-258, 2009
2992009
Surface chemistry and dissolution kinetics of divalent metal carbonates
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Environmental science & technology 36 (3), 426-432, 2002
2802002
Experimental study of anorthite dissolution and the relative mechanism of feldspar hydrolysis
EH Oelkers, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59 (24), 5039-5053, 1995
2791995
Experimental study of brucite dissolution and precipitation in aqueous solutions: surface speciation and chemical affinity control
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (1), 31-45, 2004
2592004
Experimental study of K-feldspar dissolution rates as a function of chemical affinity at 150 C and pH 9
JM Gautier, EH Oelkers, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 58 (21), 4549-4560, 1994
2431994
Trace element fractionation and transport in boreal rivers and soil porewaters of permafrost-dominated basaltic terrain in Central Siberia
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, B Dupré
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (13), 3239-3260, 2006
2412006
Are quartz dissolution rates proportional to BET surface areas?
JM Gautier, EH Oelkers, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (7), 1059-1070, 2001
2372001
Surface chemistry and reactivity of plant phytoliths in aqueous solutions
F Fraysse, OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, JD Meunier
Chemical Geology 258 (3-4), 197-206, 2009
2362009
An experimental study of calcite and limestone dissolution rates as a function of pH from− 1 to 3 and temperature from 25 to 80 C
M Alkattan, EH Oelkers, JL Dandurand, J Schott
Chemical geology 151 (1-4), 199-214, 1998
2321998
Iron (III)-silica interactions in aqueous solution: Insights from X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy
GS Pokrovski, J Schott, F Farges, JL Hazemann
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67 (19), 3559-3573, 2003
2142003
Dolomite surface speciation and reactivity in aquatic systems
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, F Thomas
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (19-20), 3133-3143, 1999
2131999
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