Location, valence states, and oxidation mechanisms of iron in eudialyte-group minerals from Mössbauer spectroscopy View Full Text


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2010-09

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A. P. Khomyakov, V. V. Korovushkin, Yu. D. Perfiliev, V. M. Cherepanov

ABSTRACT

A representative collection of structurally characterized eudialyte-group minerals (EGM) with varying relative concentrations of Fe2+ and Fe3+ ions from several localities was investigated at room temperature by 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy coupled with magnetometric, optical, and X-ray powder diffraction methods. To refine the Mössbauer parameters of isomer shift and quadrupole splitting for Fe2+ and Fe3+ in different types of coordination polyhedra (planar quadrangle, square pyramid, and distorted octahedron) in EGM structures, we also collected Mössbauer parameters for gillespite and labuntsovite. The main purpose of this work is to determine the location of Fe3+ in different sites in typical eudialyte, rastsvetaevite, georgbarsanovite, and some of their naturally hydrated and heat-treated analogs, and investigate the kinetics and oxidation mechanisms of iron ions in their structures. Our study has confirmed the presence of Fe2+ ions in the planar quadrangle and square pyramid in primary eudialytes, as well as the presence of Fe3+ ions in the square pyramid and distorted octahedron in primary, naturally hydrated, and heat-treated eudialytes. According to this study, hydrated eudialytes are characterized by the location of Fe3+ ions mainly in octahedra with OH groups and/or water molecules at trans vertices, while heat-treated eudialytes are characterized by their location in square pyramids with an O2− anion at the apical vertex. More... »

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543-554

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