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Iron–manganese nodules SpringerLink

Black to dark brown spheroidal to discoidal concretions of iron and manganese oxyhydroxides, generally a few cm in diameter, that cover extensive areas of the ocean floor in all water depths as well as the bottoms of some temperate

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Leaching manganese nodules with iron-reducing agents –

2021-3-15  Marine nodules, also known as manganese nodules, are rock concretions formed by concentric layers of iron and manganese hydroxides around a core (Senanayake, 2011). These minerals are mainly composed of δ-MnO 2 (hydrogenetic), diaganic 10 Å manganate, mostly containing Todorokite (formed by oxic diagenesis), and Vernardite (formed by ...

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Iron and Manganese Distribution in Nodules from a Young ...

1996-7-1  Iron and Mn distributions in the black nodules from the BCk3 horizon of the microlow position of a Burleson soil, a fine, montmorillonitic, thermic, Udic Haplustert, from a terrace of the Brazos River were mapped with scanning electron microscopy/energy dispersive spectroscopy (SEM/EDS) x-ray analysis.

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Manganese Nodule - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Manganese Nodule. Manganese nodules (also referred to as polymetallic nodules) are spherical precipitates of manganese, iron oxides and other metals (e.g., copper, cobalt, and zinc) that form around a core material, such as a shell fragment or shark's tooth. From: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Third Edition), 2019. Related terms: Rare Earth ...

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Iron–manganese banding in Oneida Lake ferromanganese

1981-7-1  Ferromanganese nodules in the deep-sea and in freshwater lakes usually accrete layers rich in manganese oxides alternating with layers rich in iron oxides1. The mechanism producing these ...

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(PDF) Trace Elements in Manganese-Iron Nodules from a ...

In iron-manganese nodules, manganese oxides mainly contributed to Cr(III) oxidation, and iron oxides facilitated the adsorption and immobilization of Cr(VI). In addition, Cr(III) could be ...

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Iron-Manganese Nodules Harbor Lower Bacterial Diversity ...

2020-4-8  (2014). Iron-Manganese Nodules Harbor Lower Bacterial Diversity and Greater Proportions of Proteobacteria Compared to Bulk Soils in Four Locations Spanning from North to South China. Geomicrobiology Journal: Vol. 31, No. 7, pp. 562-577.

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Manganese Nodules SpringerLink

2016-5-20  Manganese and iron oxide mineral deposits formed on or just below the sediment-covered surface of the deep-ocean seabed by accretion (precipitation) of oxide layers around a nucleus, thereby forming nodules of various shapes and sizes and which contain minor but significant amounts of nickel, copper, cobalt, lithium, molybdenum, zirconium, and rare earth

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1.0 The Geology of Manganese Nodules - GEOMAR

8 MANGANESE NODULES The formation and occurrence of manganese nodules 1.1 Manganese nodules are mineral concretions made up of manga-nese and iron oxides. They can be as small as golf balls or as big as large potatoes. The nodules occur over extensive areas of the vast, sediment-covered, abyssal plains of the global ocean in water

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MARINE GEOCHEMISTRY 1. CHEMICAL

oxides in nodules or coatings are of major importance in marine geology. With re-spect to the manganese nodules, the iron content is increased over a million fold with reference to sea water, while the manganese concentration is ten million times that of the oceans (table 1). The manganese nodules are found in deep-sea dredgings, having ...

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Iron–manganese nodules SpringerLink

Black to dark brown spheroidal to discoidal concretions of iron and manganese oxyhydroxides, generally a few cm in diameter, that cover extensive areas of the ocean floor in all water depths as well as the bottoms of some temperate

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Soil Chemistry Iron–Manganese Nodules in Udepts: The ...

Iron–Manganese Nodules in Udepts: The Dependence of the Accumulation of Trace Elements on Nodule Size Soil Chemistry I ron-Mn nodules occur in

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Iron and Manganese Distribution in Nodules from a Young ...

1996-7-1  Iron and Mn distributions in the black nodules from the BCk3 horizon of the microlow position of a Burleson soil, a fine, montmorillonitic, thermic, Udic Haplustert, from a terrace of the Brazos River were mapped with scanning electron microscopy/energy dispersive spectroscopy (SEM/EDS) x-ray analysis.

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Iron-Manganese Nodules Harbor Lower Bacterial Diversity ...

2020-4-8  (2014). Iron-Manganese Nodules Harbor Lower Bacterial Diversity and Greater Proportions of Proteobacteria Compared to Bulk Soils in Four Locations Spanning from North to South China. Geomicrobiology Journal: Vol. 31, No. 7, pp. 562-577.

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(PDF) Manganese Nodules - ResearchGate

2021-12-8  manganese nodules; Polymetallic nodules. Definition. Manganese and iron oxide mineral deposits formed on or. just below the sediment-covered surface of the deep-ocean. seabed by accretion ...

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1.0 The Geology of Manganese Nodules - GEOMAR

Concentration of iron and manganese in deep sea nodules Percentage of total nodule weight 5.9 28.1 24.4 17.6 7.1 15.9 Iron Manganese. 14 MANGANESE NODULES Figure 9. Concentrations of metals other than iron and manganese. Concentrations are shown in gm/t in nodules from three different nod-ule regions. For iron and manganese, see Figure 8.

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Catalytic oxidation and adsorption of Cr(III) on iron ...

The oxidation rate of Cr(III) by the nodules decreased with increasing pH from 2.0 to 8.0, and increased with increasing ionic strength. This work reveals the adsorption and catalytic oxidation mechanism of Cr(III) by iron-manganese nodules in a simulated open system, and improves the understanding of the geochemical behavior of chromium in soils.

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Initial Investigation into the Leaching of Manganese from ...

Table 2 shows the results of the elemental characterization of the manganese–iron nodules. The sample material was analyzed using Bruker ® M4-Tornado µ-FRX table-top equipment (Fremont, CA, USA). µ-XRF data interpretation shows that the nodules were composed of pre-existing nodule fragments that formed their core, with concentric layers ...

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Deep-ocean polymetallic nodules as a resource for critical ...

2020-2-24  Deep-ocean polymetallic nodules (also known as manganese nodules) are composed of iron and manganese oxides that accrete around a nucleus on the vast abyssal plains of the global ocean 1,2,3,4,5,6

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MARINE GEOCHEMISTRY 1. CHEMICAL

oxides in nodules or coatings are of major importance in marine geology. With re-spect to the manganese nodules, the iron content is increased over a million fold with reference to sea water, while the manganese concentration is ten million times that of the oceans (table 1). The manganese nodules are found in deep-sea dredgings, having ...

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Iron and Manganese Distribution in Nodules from a Young ...

1996-7-1  Iron and Mn distributions in the black nodules from the BCk3 horizon of the microlow position of a Burleson soil, a fine, montmorillonitic, thermic, Udic Haplustert, from a terrace of the Brazos River were mapped with scanning electron microscopy/energy dispersive spectroscopy (SEM/EDS) x-ray analysis.

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(PDF) Manganese Nodules - ResearchGate

2021-12-8  manganese nodules; Polymetallic nodules. Definition. Manganese and iron oxide mineral deposits formed on or. just below the sediment-covered surface of the deep-ocean. seabed by accretion ...

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1.0 The Geology of Manganese Nodules - GEOMAR

Concentration of iron and manganese in deep sea nodules Percentage of total nodule weight 5.9 28.1 24.4 17.6 7.1 15.9 Iron Manganese. 14 MANGANESE NODULES Figure 9. Concentrations of metals other than iron and manganese. Concentrations are shown in gm/t in nodules from three different nod-ule regions. For iron and manganese, see Figure 8.

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Formation mechanisms of iron-manganese nodules in soils ...

Abstract: Iron-manganese nodules are widely distributed in karst soil with high geological background,the content of which is much higher than that in non-karst soils. To better understand the formation mechanism of iron-manganese nodules in karst soil,the ...

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Catalytic oxidation and adsorption of Cr(III) on iron ...

The oxidation rate of Cr(III) by the nodules decreased with increasing pH from 2.0 to 8.0, and increased with increasing ionic strength. This work reveals the adsorption and catalytic oxidation mechanism of Cr(III) by iron-manganese nodules in a simulated open system, and improves the understanding of the geochemical behavior of chromium in soils.

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Deep-ocean polymetallic nodules as a resource for critical ...

2020-2-24  Deep-ocean polymetallic nodules (also known as manganese nodules) are composed of iron and manganese oxides that accrete around a nucleus on the vast abyssal plains of the global ocean 1,2,3,4,5,6

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How Deep Sea Mining Manganese Nodules Can Create

Manganese is heavily used for steel and iron production. But, here’s the catch: manganese is extremely rare to find in most countries, with 80% of terrestrial reserves found in South Africa and Ukraine.That is why so much interest has fixated on deep sea mining in international waters.

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Remnants of supernova explosion found in ancient ...

2013-4-16  Mining the iron-rich manganese nodules was the convenient alibi the Glomar explorer used while it searched for the secret sub. Exploration of the deep links between the earth and its

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Polymetallic Nodules: Metal Resources Hidden in the Deep ...

2021-9-18  Even though nodules produced from this process are still rich in manganese, they are poor in iron, nickel, copper, and cobalt, unlike those produced from the former process [3]. In terms of their characteristics, polymetallic nodules can also be classified based on their size, shape, and distribution.

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Manganese Mn (Element) - PubChem

Manganese dioxide (MnO 2), the most common compound of manganese, makes up about 0.14% of the Earth's crust. It is used in dry cell batteries to prevent the formation of hydrogen, to remove the green color in glass that is caused by the presence of iron contaminants, and as a drying agent in black paints.

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