Christine V. Putnis
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The dissolution rates of natural glasses as a function of their composition at pH 4 and 10.6, and temperatures from 25 to 74 C
D Wolff-Boenisch, SR Gislason, EH Oelkers, CV Putnis
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (23), 4843-4858, 2004
The mechanism of reequilibration of solids in the presence of a fluid phase
A Putnis, CV Putnis
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 180 (5), 1783-1786, 2007
Coupled dissolution and precipitation at mineral–fluid interfaces
E Ruiz-Agudo, CV Putnis, A Putnis
Chemical Geology 383, 132-146, 2014
The role of magnesium in the crystallization of calcite and aragonite in a porous medium
L Fernandez-Diaz, A Putnis, M Prieto, CV Putnis
Journal of sedimentary research 66 (3), 482-491, 1996
Direct observations of pseudomorphism: compositional and textural evolution at a fluid-solid interface
CV Putnis, K Tsukamoto, Y Nishimura
American Mineralogist 90 (11-12), 1909-1912, 2005
Direct observation of heavy metal-mineral association from the Clark Fork River Superfund Complex: Implications for metal transport and bioavailability
MF Hochella Jr, JN Moore, CV Putnis, A Putnis, T Kasama, DD Eberl
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 69 (7), 1651-1663, 2005
Reaction induced fracturing during replacement processes
B Jamtveit, CV Putnis, A Malthe-Sĝrenssen
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 157, 127-133, 2009
The role of background electrolytes on the kinetics and mechanism of calcite dissolution
E Ruiz-Agudo, M Kowacz, CV Putnis, A Putnis
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 74 (4), 1256-1267, 2010
Hematite in porous red-clouded feldspars: evidence of large-scale crustal fluid–rock interaction
A Putnis, R Hinrichs, CV Putnis, U Golla-Schindler, LG Collins
Lithos 95 (1-2), 10-18, 2007
Mechanism of leached layer formation during chemical weathering of silicate minerals
E Ruiz-Agudo, CV Putnis, C Rodriguez-Navarro, A Putnis
Geology 40 (10), 947-950, 2012
Environmentally important, poorly crystalline Fe/Mn hydrous oxides: Ferrihydrite and a possibly new vernadite-like mineral from the Clark Fork River Superfund Complex
MF Hochella Jr, T Kasama, A Putnis, CV Putnis, JN Moore
American Mineralogist 90 (4), 718-724, 2005
Dissolution and Carbonation of Portlandite [Ca(OH)2] Single Crystals
E Ruiz-Agudo, K Kudłacz, CV Putnis, A Putnis, C Rodriguez-Navarro
Environmental science & technology 47 (19), 11342-11349, 2013
The effect of cation: anion ratio in solution on the mechanism of barite growth at constant supersaturation: Role of the desolvation process on the growth kinetics
M Kowacz, CV Putnis, A Putnis
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 71 (21), 5168-5179, 2007
An experimental study of the replacement of leucite by analcime
CV Putnis, T Geisler, P Schmid-Beurmann, T Stephan, C Giampaolo
American Mineralogist 92 (1), 19-26, 2007
An atomic force microscopy study of calcite dissolution in saline solutions: The role of magnesium ions
E Ruiz-Agudo, CV Putnis, C Jiménez-López, C Rodriguez-Navarro
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (11), 3201-3217, 2009
Direct Nanoscale Observations of CO2 Sequestration during Brucite [Mg(OH)2] Dissolution
J Hovelmann, CV Putnis, E Ruiz-Agudo, H Austrheim
Environmental science & technology 46 (9), 5253-5260, 2012
A mechanism of mineral replacement: isotope tracing in the model system KCl-KBr-H2O
CV Putnis, K Mezger
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (13), 2839-2848, 2004
The mineral–water interface: where minerals react with the environment
CV Putnis, E Ruiz-Agudo
Elements 9 (3), 177-182, 2013
Kinetics of calcium phosphate nucleation and growth on calcite: Implications for predicting the fate of dissolved phosphate species in alkaline soils
L Wang, E Ruiz-Agudo, CV Putnis, M Menneken, A Putnis
Environmental science & technology 46 (2), 834-842, 2012
Direct observations of mineral fluid reactions using atomic force microscopy: the specific example of calcite
E Ruiz-Agudo, CV Putnis
Mineralogical Magazine 76 (1), 227-253, 2012
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