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turn into a carbonate

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HuberCrete and other calcium carbonate products are milled at facilities integrated with Huber Carbonates underground limestone mines in Marble Hill, Ga., Quincy, III., and Marble Falls, Texas.
The carbonates rocks exhibit medium to coarse -grained recrystalization textures, weak banding and occasional quartz segregations in the form of fine, discontinuous bands and lenses.
To counter some of the competition between carbonates and energy drinks, carbonated soft drinks are increasingly influenced by energy drinks in such ways as highlighting caffeine content in product formulations or developing shot-style formats.
Chave KE (1965) Carbonates: Association with organic matter in surface seawater.
Structurally, aragonite is orthorhombic and therefore different from rhombohedral calcite and dolomite; however the C[O.sub.3] group in aragonite is identical to that in the rhombohedral carbonates [2].
"One of the hopes is that we will be able to define different injection procedures into carbonates that are more efficient than they are into sandstone reservoirs," he added.
Visible images from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard MRO show that the carbonates and hydrated silicate minerals occur within deformed bedrock that was exhumed by an ancient meteor impact that poked through the volcanic upper crust of Mars.
The basic cobalt (II) carbonates synthesised by the procedures presented below have been successfully tested in our studio at Orton Cone 10.
The latest market data show that consumption of low-calorie carbonates across Europe increased again in 2006.
Fillers include calcium carbonates, kaolin clays, alumina trihydrates, wood and fiber flocks, wood flours, micas, magnesium carbonates, and precipitated amorphous silica.
ASK ANY MARS EXPERT what great mysteries still surround the Red Planet and you're likely to hear about the "missing carbonates."
As for the heat effect caused by carbonate decomposition and sulphur binding in the case of Estonian oil shale, the presence of magnesium and calcium carbonates (MgC[O.sub.3] and CaC[O.sub.3]) in its carbonate part should be taken into account.
IYER: More precise control of ink penetration for maximum print gloss results from the synergy between EFP (engineered fine platy) kaolins and engineered carbonates.