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Effect and fate of Ni during aging and thermal-induced phyllomanganateto-tectomanganate transformation

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Abstract

Phyllomanganates are ubiquitous in a variety of environments and commonly enriched in transition metal elements, such as Ni. The effect of such foreign metal cations on phyllomanganate transformation is widely documented under aqueous conditions together with the induced modification of Ni geochemical behavior. A similar knowledge is lacking however on phyllomanganate transformation and on the induced fate of associated metal elements that may occur under dry conditions, that prevail in deserts and arid areas increasingly exposed to severe droughts or wildfires. The present study shows that crystallinity, morphology, Mn oxidation state, and Ni binding mechanisms are essentially unaffected when aging hexagonal birnessite (Mn oxidation state ∼ 3.90 and Ni/Mn molar ratios of 0.00 and 0.13) in the dry state at room temperature for up to 8 years. In contrast, heating aged Ni-doped birnessite to 25–200 °C results in an increased proportion of edge-sharing Ni-Ni(Mn) pairs with increasing temperature induced by the migration of interlayer Ni to birnessite octahedral layers and/or by an increased sharing of coordination oxygens by interlayer Ni/Mn from adjacent layers. Further heating to 400 °C does not change this proportion, with birnessite layer structure being retained. Transformation of Ni-doped birnessite to cryptomelane is complete at 500 °C, while that of Ni-free birnessite is achieved at 400 °C, suggesting that Ni doping increases birnessite thermal stability. Birnessite-to-cryptomelane transformation comes with a strong increase of Mn oxidation state, whereas this parameter remains unchanged in heated birnessite samples. Ni incorporation in the cryptomelane framework, reduces its release during reductive acid dissolution by a factor of 396 ± 15 compared to initial birnessite. These results shed light on mineral transformation affecting layered manganates under dry conditions and on the fate of associated transition metal elements.
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insu-03833500 , version 1 (28-10-2022)

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Hui Yin, Bruno Lanson, Shuang Zhang, Lu Liu, Caroline Peacock, et al.. Effect and fate of Ni during aging and thermal-induced phyllomanganateto-tectomanganate transformation. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2022, 333, pp.200-215. ⟨10.1016/j.gca.2022.07.014⟩. ⟨insu-03833500⟩
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