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Mineralogical Transformations of Heated Serpentine and Their Impact on Dissolution during Aqueous‐Phase Mineral Carbonation Reaction in Flue Gas Conditions.

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Du Breuil, Clémence; César‐Pasquier, Louis; Dipple, Gregory; Blais, Jean-François; Iliuta, Maria C.; Mercier, Guy (2019). Mineralogical Transformations of Heated Serpentine and Their Impact on Dissolution during Aqueous‐Phase Mineral Carbonation Reaction in Flue Gas Conditions. Minerals , vol. 9 , nº 11. p. 680. DOI: 10.3390/min9110680.

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Mineral carbonation is known to be among the most efficient ways to reduce the anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide. Serpentine minerals (Mg₃Si₂O₅(OH)₄), have shown great potential for carbonation. A way to improve yield is to thermally activate serpentine minerals prior to the carbonation reaction. This step is of great importance as it controls Mg²⁺ leaching, one of the carbonation reaction limiting factors. Previous studies have focused on the optimization of the thermal activation by determining the ideal activation temperature. However, to date, none of these studies have considered the impacts of the thermal activation on the efficiency of the aqueous-phase mineral carbonation at ambient temperature and moderate pressure in flue gas conditions. Several residence times and temperatures of activation have been tested to evaluate their impact on serpentine dissolution in conditions similar to mineral carbonation. The mineralogical composition of the treated solids has been studied using X-ray diffraction coupled with a quantification using the Rietveld refinement method. A novel approach in order to quantify the meta-serpentine formed during dehydroxylation is introduced. The most suitable mineral assemblage for carbonation is found to be a mixture of the different amorphous phases identified. This study highlights the importance of the mineralogical assemblage obtained during the dehydroxylation process and its impact on the magnesium availability during dissolution in the carbonation reaction.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: serpentinite; X-ray diffraction; rietveld refinement; magnesium leaching; thermal activation; meta-serpentine; carbonation; heat activation optimization
Centre: Centre Eau Terre Environnement
Date de dépôt: 04 déc. 2019 15:28
Dernière modification: 04 déc. 2019 15:28
URI: http://espace.inrs.ca/id/eprint/9602

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