Raymahashay, Bikash C and Holland, Heinrich D (1968) Composition of aqueous solutions in equilibrium with sulfides and oxides of iron at 3500°C. In: Science, 162 (3856). pp. 895-896.Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
Solutions of potassium chloride (pH-buffered and 1-molat) equilibrated at 350°C with pyrrhotite, pyrite, and magnetite contained approximately 1 millimole of reduced sulfur and less than 0.1 millimole of oxidized sulfur per kilogram. Similar solutions equilibrated with pyrite, magnetite, and hematite contained approximately 1 millimole of reduced sulfur, but 3 to 6 millimoles of oxidized sulfur per kilogram. Both types of solutions contained less than 0.1 millimole of iron per kilogram at pH ≥ 6 and approximately 100 millimoles per kilogram at pH 2.
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