Some minerals are composed by two or more cations that can be arranged in the crystal structure in different ways, e.g. dolomite, norsethite and LDH. In many of these cases, it is interesting to know how these cations are arranged, as this information allows, for example, to understand their formation process or how it affects their properties.
References related to this project:
- Chemobrionics Database
- Observing mineral surfaces with AFM
- MSCA project
- Synthesis and reactivity of minerals of dolomite group and analogue phases (Síntesis y reactividad de minerales del grupo de la dolomita y fases análogas)
- Epitaxial Crystal Growth of Nitratine on Calcite (10.4) Cleavage Faces at the Nanoscale