List of papers. Papers 2, 4 og 5 are removed from the thesis due to copyright restrictions.
Paper 1 An experimental study of the dissolution rates of rhyolitic glass at temperatures from 40 to 200°C and 2doi:10.1016/j.gca.2007.06.014
Paper 2 Experimental alteration of artificial and natural impact melt rock from the Chesapeake Bay impact structure. DECLERCQ, Julien, DYPVIK, Henning, AAGAARD, Per, JAHREN, Jens, FERRELL, Ray E., Jr., HORTON, J. Wright, Jr. in SPE458: The ICDP-USGS Deep Drilling Project in the Chesapeake Bay Impact Structure: Results from the Eyreville Core Holes. GSA Special Papers 2009, v. 458, p. 559-569 doi:10.1130/2009.2458(24)
Paper 3 The reactivity of hydrothermally synthesized dawsonite H. Hellevang, J. Declercq, B. Kvamme, P. Aagaard, submitted to Applied Geochemistry. Published as: The dissolution rates of dawsonite at pH 0.9 to 5 and temperatures of 22, 60 and 77 °C. H. Hellevang, J. Declercq, B. Kvamme, P. Aagaard Applied Geochemistry, Volume 25, Issue 10, October 2010, Pages 1575-1586 doi:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2010.08.007
Paper 4 Dawsonite dissolution rate and mechanism at neutral and basic pH ; implication for CO2 storage Declercq J., Hellevang H., Aagaard P. Submitted to Oil and Gas Research and Technology (IFP Review).
Paper 5 Why is dawsonite absent in CO2 charged reservoirs? H. Hellevang, J. Declercq and P. Aagaard. Submitted to Oil and Gas Research and Technology (IFP review).