To the Editor: This journal has recently published a study on solubility of molybdenum trioxide, MoO3, in aqueous solutions (water, sodium chloride, or triflate) at 250°, 300°, and 350°C, and vapor-saturated water pressure (Shang et al., 2020). The authors have found that the MoO3 solubility is minimal in water and starts increasing at the molality of NaCl above 0.01 m. Surprisingly, the authors made no comparison of their solubility data with relevant results from the literature, although such a comparison could be made. Indeed, high-temperature solubility of MoO3 in water was reported by...
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE SOLUBILITY AND SPECIATION OF MoO3(s) IN HYDROTHERMAL FLUIDS AT TEMPERATURES UP TO 350°C—A DISCUSSION
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Andrey V. Plyasunov; AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE SOLUBILITY AND SPECIATION OF MoO3(s) IN HYDROTHERMAL FLUIDS AT TEMPERATURES UP TO 350°C—A DISCUSSION. Economic Geology ; 115 (8): 1871. doi: https://doi.org/10.5382/econgeo.115.8.dis01
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