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Results of Ni EXAFS analysis of the Ni(II) first shell structure under ambient conditions.

By Ning Zhang (23771), Joël Brugger (444025), Barbara Etschmann (725926), Yung Ngothai (725927) and Dewen Zeng (725928)


<p>The results for 3.12 and 5.06 mol∙kg<sup>-1</sup> NiCl<sub>2</sub> solutions using X-ray diffraction [<a href="" target="_blank">21</a>,<a href="" target="_blank">25</a>] are also listed. The concentrations are expressed in molality (mol∙kg<sup>-1</sup>). Uncertainty limits are given in parentheses.</p><p><sup>a</sup> Value fixed (not optimized) during refinements.</p><p><sup>b</sup> Sum of number of O and Cl fixed to be equal to 6.</p><p><sup>c</sup> Solid standard.</p><p><sup>d</sup> Concentration in molarity (mol∙L<sup>-1</sup>) in references [<a href="" target="_blank">21</a>,<a href="" target="_blank">25</a>], converted to molality (mol∙kg<sup>-1</sup>).</p><p>Results of Ni EXAFS analysis of the Ni(II) first shell structure under ambient conditions.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, exafs, mse, chloride complexing, xas, ambient conditions, NiCl 2, literature data, NiCl 2 concentration range, water molecules, Concentrated Electrolyte Solutions, Poorly Complexing Metals, understanding Ni behavior, Thermodynamic Modeling, solubility limit, NiCl 2 solutions, xanes, hydrometallurgical extraction, techniques show
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0119805.t002
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