Iron oxide: Difference between revisions

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add citation to the high pressure form of FeOOH
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(add citation to the high pressure form of FeOOH)
* [[feroxyhyte]] (δ-FeOOH),
* [[ferrihydrite]] (<chem>Fe5HO8.4H2O</chem> approx.), or <chem>5Fe2O3.9H2O</chem>, better recast as <math chem>\ce{FeOOH.}0.4\ce{H2O}</math>
* high-pressure pyrite-structured<ref>{{Cite journal|last=Nishi|first=Masayuki|last2=Kuwayama|first2=Yasuhiro|last3=Tsuchiya|first3=Jun|last4=Tsuchiya|first4=Taku|date=2017|title=The pyrite-type high-pressure form of FeOOH|url=https://www.nature.com/articles/nature22823|journal=Nature|language=en|volume=547|issue=7662|pages=205–208|doi=10.1038/nature22823|issn=1476-4687|via=}}</ref> FeOOH
* high-pressure FeOOH
* [[schwertmannite]] (ideally <chem>Fe8O8(OH)6(SO).\mathit{n}H2O</chem> or <math chem>\ce{Fe^{3+}16O16(OH,SO4)}_\text{12-13}\cdot\text{10-12}\ce{H2O}</math>)<ref>http://www.mindat.org/min-7281.html Mindat</ref>
* [[green rust]] (<math chem>\ce{Fe^{III}_\mathit{x}Fe^{II}_\mathit{y}(OH)}_{3x+2y-z}\ce{(A^-)}_z</math> where A<sup>−</sup> is Cl<sup>−</sup> or 0.5SO<sub>4</sub><sup>2−</sup>)
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