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Frontiers of Materials Science

Front Mater Sci    2013, Vol. 7 Issue (1) : 62-68     DOI: 10.1007/s11706-013-0191-y
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Calcium carbonate crystallization controlled by functional groups: A mini-review
Hua DENG1,2, Xing-Can SHEN2, Xiu-Mei WANG1, Chang DU3()
1. State Key Laboratory of New Ceramics and Fine Processing, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China; 2. Key Laboratory for the Chemistry and Molecular Engineering of Medicinal Resources, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Guangxi Normal University, Guilin 541004, China; 3. School of Materials Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou 510641, China
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Abstract

Various functional groups have been suggested to play essential roles on biomineralization of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) in natural system. 2D and 3D models of regularly arranged functional groups have been established to investigate their effect on CaCO3 crystallization. This mini-review summarizes the recent progress and the future development is prospected.

Keywords functional group      biomineralization      crystallization      CaCO3     
Corresponding Authors: DU Chang,Email:duchang@scut.edu.cn   
Issue Date: 05 March 2013
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Hua DENG,Xing-Can SHEN,Xiu-Mei WANG, et al. Calcium carbonate crystallization controlled by functional groups: A mini-review[J]. Front Mater Sci, 2013, 7(1): 62-68.
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Fig.1  Schematic model of SAM by supporting alkanethiols on the gold substrate. 3D structure and geometry of the monolayer on Au (111). The example of a -NH terminated SAM is shown. (Reproduced with permission from Ref. [], Copyright 1999 American Chemical Society)
Research groupCa2+ concentration solutionsType of substratesCrystal products (phase/morphology)Refs.
-COOH-OH-NH2-CH3-SH-PO4H2-SO3H
S. Mannsupersaturated Ca(HCO3)2stearic acid monolayersvaterite/pseudo-hexagonal floret------[8]
Y.-T. Kim1 mmol/L CaCl2SAM on Au (n = 10)rhombohedral calcitesamorphous precipitates-amorphous phase(low density)spherulitic vaterites and some calcites--[21]
J. Aizenberg10 mmol/L CaCl2SAMcalcite (015)(SAM on Au,n = 15)calcite (0104)(SAM on Au,n = 22)----calcite (001)(SAM on Pb,n = 11)[6]
100 mmol/L CaCl2SAM on Agcalcite (012)(n = 15)------
W. Tremel10 mmol/L CaCl2, (22±3)°CSAM on Aucalcites(n = 10)vaterites and some calcites(n = 11)-mainly calcites(n = 10)mainly vaterites(n = 12)calcites and somevateritescalcites(n = 10)[7,22]
mainly vaterites (n = 15)vaterites and some calcites(n = 15)vaterites and some calcites(n = 16)calcites and some aragonite needles(n = 3)
10 mmol/L CaCl2, (45±2)°CSAM on Auaroganites and some calcites(n = 10)vaterites and calcites(n = 11)-aroganites and some calcites(n = 10)aroganites: calcites(1:1, n = 12)three polymorphs(n = 11)calcites(n = 10)
three polymorphs(n = 15)minly calcites(n = 15)three polymorphs(n = 16)aroganites & some vaterites and calcites(n = 3)
Q.-L. Feng20 mmol/L CaCl2carbonylated substratesvaterite/calcite co-existenceseparate calcite crystalscalcite aggregates----[5]
F.-Z. Cui1 mmol/L CaCl2SAM on Au (n = 11)calcite rhombohedra (104)floret-shaped vaterites (111)spheroidic vaterites (200)no crystals---[4]
5 mmol/L CaCl2uniform calcitesuniform calcitesmainly irregular calcitesmainly irregular calcites---
20 mmol/L CaCl2calcite clustersuniform calcitesthree polymorphsthreepolymorphs---
Tab.1  CaCO products formed on various functional group substrates
Fig.2  SEM images of CaCO crystal formed on SAMs in various ambiences: on -COOH SAM, [Ca] = 5 mmol/L; on -OH SAM, [Ca] = 5 mmol/L; on -NH SAM, [Ca] = 1 mmol/L; on -OH SAM, [Ca] =1 mmol/L.
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