Precipitation of Calcium Oxalates from 0.3 M Sodium Chloride Solutions
Urine is generally supersaturated with calcium oxalate, especially urine from recurrent stone formers . In order to gain a better understanding of the mechanisms of calcium oxalate crystalluria and stone formation, a study of the precipitation of calcium oxalates from supersaturated solutions was carried out, paying attention to the influence of the reactant concentrations on the characteristics of the calcium oxalate precipitates.
KeywordsStone Formation Sodium Chloride Solution Calcium Oxalate Reactant Concentration Supersaturated Solution
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