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Issues concerning the determination of solubility products of sparingly soluble crystalline solids; Solubility of HfO$$_{2}$$(cr)

難溶性結晶固相の溶解度積の決定に関する考察; 結晶質二酸化ハフニウムの溶解度

Rai, D.*; 北村 暁  ; Rosso, K. M.*; 佐々木 隆之*; 小林 大志*

Rai, D.*; Kitamura, Akira; Rosso, K. M.*; Sasaki, Takayuki*; Kobayashi, Taishi*

結晶質二酸化ハフニウム固相(HfO$$_{2}$$(cr))の溶解度における酸濃度の影響を調査した。本研究では、(1)2種類の固相量を使用、(2)固相の酸洗浄、(3)1400$$^{circ}$$Cでの固相の加熱、(4)二酸化ハフニウムが非晶質(am)から結晶質(cr)に変遷するかどうかを調べるための固液混合状態での90$$^{circ}$$Cでの試験、を実施した。これらの処理の結果、HfO$$_{2}$$(cr)には少量の結晶性の低い(ただし非晶質ではない)成分(HfO$$_{2}$$(lcr))が含まれており、これがHfO$$_{2}$$(cr)よりも溶解度を制限する固相となることが結論づけられた。溶解度データはPitzerおよびSITの両モデルで説明できた。HfO$$_{2}$$(cr)の溶解度積の対数値も推定された。少量の結晶性の低い固相が確認されたことは、鉱物表面がしばしば構造的または組成的に不完全で、結晶固相より高い溶解度を示す一般的な傾向と整合している。本研究は溶解度データの解釈において、難溶性固体の溶解挙動が固有の固相に規定されることが観察されることに注意を払う必要があることを強調している。

Solubility studies were conducted with HfO$$_{2}$$(cr) solid as a function of acid concentrations. These studies involved (1) using two different amounts of the solid phase, (2) acid washing the bulk solid phase, (3) preheating the solid phase to 1400 $$^{circ}$$C, and (4) heating amorphous HfO$$_{2}$$(am) suspensions to 90 $$^{circ}$$C to ascertain whether the HfO$$_{2}$$(am) converts to HfO$$_{2}$$(cr) and to determine the solubility from the oversaturation direction. Based on the results of these treatments it is concluded that the HfO$$_{2}$$(cr) contains a small fraction of less crystalline, but not amorphous, material [HfO$$_{2}$$(lcr)] and this, rather than the HfO$$_{2}$$(cr), is the solubility-controlling phase in the range of experimental variables investigated in this study. The solubility data are interpreted using both the Pitzer and SIT models. The log$$_{10}$$ of the solubility product of HfO$$_{2}$$(cr) is estimated. The observation of a small fraction of less crystalline higher solubility material is consistent with the general picture that mineral surfaces are often structurally and/or imperfect leading to a higher solubility than the bulk crystalline solid. This study stresses the urgent need, during interpretation of solubility data, of taking precautions to make certain that the observed solubility behavior for sparingly-soluble solids is assigned to the proper solid phase.

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