Step velocities during calcite dissolution in seawater with and without carbonic anhydrase
Berelson, William M
Teng, Henry H
Rollins, Nick E
El-Naggar, Mohamed Y
Adkins, Jess F
Step velocities were measured as the average of acute and obtuse step velocities during Iceland Spar dissolution in natural seawater under Atomic Force Microscope (AFM). 0.04 mg/mL carbonic anhydrase was added to seawater to investigate the effect of the dissolution-promoting enzyme on step retreat velocities.
How to cite this dataset:
Dong, S., Berelson, W. M., Teng, H. H., Rollins, N. E., Pirbadian, S., El-Naggar, M. Y., Adkins, J. F., 2020. Step velocities during calcite dissolution in seawater with and without carbonic anhydrase, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111627.
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Dong, S., Berelson, W., Teng, H., Rollins, N., Pirbadian, S., El-Naggar, M., Adkins, J., A Mechanistic Study of Carbonic Anhydrase Enhanced Calcite Dissolution. Geophysical Research Letters (in review)
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calcite dissolution, seawater, AFM, carbonic anhydrase
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