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All abstracts by Andrew Frierdich in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) Iron Isotope Geochemistry of Jarosite and Implications for Iron Cycling in Sulfur-Rich Sediment
Whitworth A, Brand H, Wilson S & Frierdich A

(2019) Controls on Goethite Recrystallisation with Applications to Metal Mobility in Ni-Laterites
Southall S, Micklethwaite S, Wilson S & Frierdich A

(2019) Deciphering a Million-Dollar Reaction – The Mineral Replacement of Chalcopyrite by Digenite/Covellite
Chaudhari A, Brugger J, Frierdich A, Ram R & Etschmann B

(2019) Ionic Strength Strongly Affects Ni Isotope Fractionation between Solution and Mn Oxyhydroxide
Wasylenki L, Wells R & Frierdich A

(2018) Tracing Cation and Anion Exchange in Hydrotalcite Minerals Using Stable C, O and Mg Isotopes
Turvey C, Wilson S, Hamilton J, Beinlich A, Dipple G & Frierdich A

(2018) Fe(II)-Catalyzed Recrystallization of Iron Oxides in Natural Systems
Frierdich A, Southall S, Micklethwaite S & Wilson S

(2014) Trace Element Partitioning between Iron Oxides and Aqueous Solutions: Evidence for Recrystallization
Catalano JG, Becker KG, Flynn ED, Frierdich AJ, Gadol HJ & Hinkle MAG

(2013) Trace Element and Contaminant Fate during Fe(II)-Catalyzed Iron Oxide Surface Transformations
Catalano JG, Becker KG, Frierdich AJ, Hinkle MAG, Luo Y & Otemuyiwa B

(2011) Surface Transformations and Element Cycling Resulting from Interfacial Fe(II)-Fe(III) Self Exchange
Catalano J, Frierdich A, Luo Y, Fenter P, Park C & Rosso K

(2011) Fe(II)-Induced Trace Element Release from Crystalline Iron Oxides
Frierdich A & Catalano J

(2010) Fe(II)-Induced Structural Transformations of Hematite Surfaces and their Impact on Contaminants
Catalano J, Fenter P, Park C, Rosso K, Frierdich A & Otemuyiwa B

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