Oleg S. Pokrovsky
Oleg S. Pokrovsky
CNRS, Toulouse, France; BIO-GEO-CLIM, Tomsk State University, IEPS URoRAN
Verified email at get.obs-mip.fr
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Encyclopedia of surface and colloid science
AT Hubbard
CRC press, 2002
9442002
Kinetics and mechanism of forsterite dissolution at 25 C and pH from 1 to 12
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 64 (19), 3313-3325, 2000
4262000
Dissolution kinetics of calcite, dolomite and magnesite at 25 C and 0 to 50 atm pCO2
OS Pokrovsky, SV Golubev, J Schott
Chemical geology 217 (3-4), 239-255, 2005
3912005
Iron colloids/organic matter associated transport of major and trace elements in small boreal rivers and their estuaries (NW Russia)
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Chemical Geology 190 (1-4), 141-179, 2002
3852002
Calcite, dolomite and magnesite dissolution kinetics in aqueous solutions at acid to circumneutral pH, 25 to 150 C and 1 to 55 atm pCO2: New constraints on CO2 sequestration in
OS Pokrovsky, SV Golubev, J Schott, A Castillo
Chemical geology 265 (1-2), 20-32, 2009
3402009
The link between mineral dissolution/precipitation kinetics and solution chemistry
J Schott, OS Pokrovsky, EH Oelkers
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 70 (1), 207-258, 2009
3202009
Surface chemistry and dissolution kinetics of divalent metal carbonates
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Environmental science & technology 36 (3), 426-432, 2002
2932002
IOP conference series: earth and environmental science
EP Tomasini
IOP Publishing Ltd, 2019
279*2019
Experimental study of brucite dissolution and precipitation in aqueous solutions: surface speciation and chemical affinity control
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (1), 31-45, 2004
2722004
Surface chemistry and reactivity of plant phytoliths in aqueous solutions
F Fraysse, OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, JD Meunier
Chemical Geology 258 (3-4), 197-206, 2009
2612009
Trace element fractionation and transport in boreal rivers and soil porewaters of permafrost-dominated basaltic terrain in Central Siberia
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, B Dupré
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (13), 3239-3260, 2006
2572006
Evidence of the existence of three types of species at the quartz− aqueous solution interface at pH 0− 10: XPS surface group quantification and surface complexation modeling
Y Duval, JA Mielczarski, OS Pokrovsky, E Mielczarski, JJ Ehrhardt
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 106 (11), 2937-2945, 2002
2522002
Effect of silicon on wheat seedlings (Triticum turgidum L.) grown in hydroponics and exposed to 0 to 30 M Cu
C Keller, M Rizwan, JC Davidian, OS Pokrovsky, N Bovet, P Chaurand, ...
Planta 241 (4), 847-860, 2015
2292015
Dolomite surface speciation and reactivity in aquatic systems
OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, F Thomas
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (19-20), 3133-3143, 1999
2261999
Surface speciation models of calcite and dolomite/aqueous solution interfaces and their spectroscopic evaluation
OS Pokrovsky, JA Mielczarski, O Barres, J Schott
Langmuir 16 (6), 2677-2688, 2000
2102000
Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment
BW Abbott, JB Jones, EAG Schuur, FS Chapin III, WB Bowden, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034014, 2016
2062016
Experimental determination of the effect of dissolved CO2 on the dissolution kinetics of Mg and Ca silicates at 25 C
SV Golubev, OS Pokrovsky, J Schott
Chemical Geology 217 (3-4), 227-238, 2005
2022005
Surface properties, solubility and dissolution kinetics of bamboo phytoliths
F Fraysse, OS Pokrovsky, J Schott, JD Meunier
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (8), 1939-1951, 2006
2012006
Modern views on desilicification: biosilica and abiotic silica dissolution in natural and artificial environments
H Ehrlich, KD Demadis, OS Pokrovsky, PG Koutsoukos
Chemical reviews 110 (8), 4656-4689, 2010
1992010
Zinc stable isotope fractionation during its adsorption on oxides and hydroxides
OS Pokrovsky, J Viers, R Freydier
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 291 (1), 192-200, 2005
1932005
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