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Methodology For CaCO3 Core 1) MICP (microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation): Details to https://www.authorea.com/users/169562/articles/210343-micp2) Dopamine-Induced Mineralization of CaCO3 Vaterite Microspheres 3) Silane coupling agent, N- (trimethoxysilylpropyl) ethylenediaminetriacetate trisodium salt (TES- PEDTA, Gelest, 35% in water), based growth of CaCO3 nanocrystal. 4) Implement the method of Softening Hard water: http://www.chemistry.wustl.edu/~edudev/LabTutorials/Water/FreshWater/hardness.html
At the moment three main question is in our mind:1) Why calcium carbonate is an important product? What are the possible other use?2) Why evaporation does not work for making calcium carbonate? 3) See what solutions are harmless for making pure calcium carbonate rock (CaCl2 is good?) Experimental 1) Cost-Breakdown
The aim of this study to is to investigate the power of InSAR to estimate the current position of the combustion front in the Suplacu de Barcau field. We find the average elastic properties of the formation by matching the sinusoidal surface movement caused by cyclic steam injection. Then we apply these values to predict the surface change during the in-situ combustion (ISC). If such behavior is observed in the surface level, we conclude the combustion front from such behavior.
- FIRST REVIEWER: _It is an interesting paper. Clearly written, with enough detail to maintain the attention of the reader. I appreciated the background information and carefully worded references. I believe the mathematics is correct and the observations make lots of sense. I think that the paper deserves to be published. I have a couple of minor comments and a suggestion. Two of them are practically typos: On page 9, line 11 in the first paragraph, the superscript sign did not compile. On page 15, line 6 from the bottom, in the first column, fix the equation number. One of my suggestions is to move the font velocity calculation from the appendix to the body of the article. The calculation is short and I felt that it would not distract but instead keep the flow of the information continuous. Second comment is when you talk about your approach on page 10, in the second paragraph about running the simulations, you mention the critical values of the parameters and say “as the front propagates, it damps out the oscillations.” Would you be more specific about what you see? Does the amplitude of oscillations decrease, or does the distance between oscillatory dynamics and the interface of the front increase? Could the observed numerics point to a convective instability of the front? As I said, I believe that the paper may be published as is after typos are fixed, but I would appreciate if you think of the last two suggestions._