Accession Number : AD0662852
Title : THE GROWING OF SINGLE CRYSTALS OF CALCITE UNDER HYDROTHERMAL CONDITIONS,
Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
Personal Author(s) : Ikornikova,N. Yu. ; Shorygin,V. A. ; Vasilchikova,I. A.
Report Date : 07 AUG 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 10
Abstract : It was established (Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR 130(3). 610 2(1960) that under the conditions of expts. on the growing of calcite crystals at 400-450 degrees and high pressures, H developed in the system CaCO, NaCl H2O-Fe. The at. H that formed reacted with CO2. Evolution of H, which also took place at 200 degrees, and its reaction with CO2 interfered with the growth of calcite crystals on nuclei: the crystals either did not grow at all, grew too slowly, or were imperfect. Evolution of H was eliminated by growing calcite crystals in a special glass vessel placed in an autoclave, so that contact of the soln. with the walls of the autoclave was prevented. By using this arrangement, calcite crystals with dimensions of the order of 1-2 cm. were successfully grown in various chloride solns. at 150-200 degrees in the dissolution zone temperature differentials of 10-25 degrees, and pressures of 150-200 kg./sq. cm.
Descriptors : (*CALCITE, *CRYSTAL GROWTH), CARBON DIOXIDE, HYDROGEN, HIGH PRESSURE, HIGH TEMPERATURE, CHLORIDES
Subject Categories : Crystallography
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE