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Mineralogical Journal
Vol. 9 (1978) No. 4 P 236-240

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http://doi.org/10.2465/minerj.9.236

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Brookite was obtained from fresh coprecipitates prepared by neutralization of TiCl4 and CaCl2 solutions, under hydrothermal conditions of 220–560°C and water pressure of 1 kbar. This phase developed from anatase and through the decomposition of a titanate in solutions containing Ca++ ions, which were established as a new stabilizer for the formation of the phase. A reaction diagram, indicating the formation region of the phase, was determined.

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