2017 - Member of Academia Europaea
Liane G. Benning focuses on Crystallization, Mineralogy, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry and Crystallography. Her Crystallization research includes themes of Dissolution and Nucleation. Her Mineralogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mineral dust, Environmental chemistry and Weathering.
Her studies deal with areas such as Precipitation and Mineral as well as Chemical engineering. Her research integrates issues of Ferrous, Hydrothermal circulation, Ferrihydrite, Aqueous solution and Solubility in her study of Inorganic chemistry. Her Crystallography research includes elements of Phase, Ostwald ripening, Vaterite and Calcite.
Liane G. Benning spends much of her time researching Chemical engineering, Environmental chemistry, Crystallization, Mineralogy and Nucleation. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Aqueous solution under Chemical engineering, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Analytical chemistry and Dissolution. Her study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phosphorus, Mineral dust, Aerosol, Goethite and Weathering.
Her studies in Crystallization integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry, Crystallography, Precipitation and Supersaturation. Liane G. Benning has researched Mineralogy in several fields, including Hydrothermal circulation and Mineral. Liane G. Benning combines subjects such as Gypsum and Bassanite with her study of Nucleation.
Her main research concerns Chemical engineering, Environmental chemistry, Glacier, Arsenic and Crystallization. The concepts of her Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Precipitation, Nucleation, Amorphous solid, Small-angle X-ray scattering and Gypsum. Her Gypsum research incorporates themes from Nanorod and Aqueous solution.
Her Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Goethite, Pyrite, Bacterial growth and Dissolution. Her work in the fields of Glacier, such as Greenland ice sheet, overlaps with other areas such as Algal bloom. Her work carried out in the field of Crystallization brings together such families of science as Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate and Aspartic acid.
Liane G. Benning mainly investigates Mineral, Carbonate, Crystallization, Electron diffraction and Geochemistry. Her Mineral research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fractionation and Mineralogy, Dolomite, Calcite. Her research in Carbonate intersects with topics in Sedimentary rock, Isotope fractionation and Isotopes of oxygen.
Her Crystallization research includes elements of Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate, Aspartic acid and Nuclear chemistry. Her work deals with themes such as Sample preparation, Mössbauer spectroscopy, Valence, Transmission electron microscopy and Metal, which intersect with Electron diffraction. Many of her research projects under Geochemistry are closely connected to Sedimentary depositional environment and Proterozoic with Sedimentary depositional environment and Proterozoic, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
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The kinetics and mechanisms of amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) crystallization to calcite, via vaterite.
Juan Diego Rodriguez-Blanco;Samuel Shaw;Liane G. Benning.
Reaction pathways in the Fe-S system below 100°C
Liane G Benning;Rick T Wilkin;H.L Barnes.
Chemical Geology (2000)
Hydrosulphide complexing of Au (I) in hydrothermal solutions from 150–400°C and 500–1500 bar
Liane G. Benning;Terry M. Seward.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1996)
Characterization of metal-cyanobacteria sorption reactions: a combined macroscopic and infrared spectroscopic investigation
Nathan Yee;Liane G. Benning;Vernon R. Phoenix;F. Grant Ferris.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Mechanistic Insights into the Crystallization of Amorphous Calcium Carbonate (ACC)
Pieter Bots;Liane G. Benning;Juan Diego Rodriguez-Blanco;Teresa Roncal-Herrero.
Crystal Growth & Design (2012)
Bioavailable iron in the Southern Ocean: the significance of the iceberg conveyor belt
Rob Raiswell;Liane G Benning;Martyn Tranter;Slawek Tulaczyk.
Geochemical Transactions (2008)
The role and implications of bassanite as a stable precursor phase to gypsum precipitation.
A. E. S. Van Driessche;L. G. Benning;J. D. Rodriguez-Blanco;M. Ossorio;M. Ossorio.
Contributions from glacially derived sediment to the global iron (oxyhydr)oxide cycle : Implications for iron delivery to the oceans
Rob Raiswell;Martyn Tranter;Liane G. Benning;Martin Siegert.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Ice sheets as a significant source of highly reactive nanoparticulate iron to the oceans
Jon R. Hawkings;Jemma L. Wadham;Martyn Tranter;Rob Raiswell.
Nature Communications (2014)
Greigite: a true intermediate on the polysulfide pathway to pyrite
Stefan Hunger;Liane G Benning.
Geochemical Transactions (2007)
Geochemical Perspectives Letters
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