2014), who noted that the preservation of the gut as a sediment-like infilling is more common (see also Snajdr 1991) than the phosphatization
of metamerically paired digestive caeca.
Also another suggestion is based on phosphatization
of steel surface and formation of complex with the binder.
The remaining surface treatments, grit blasting plus primer and phosphatization
with or without primer, provide intermediate levels of durability.
It is assumed that homogenization of baculate laminae has taken place due to a large amount of secondarily added apatitic material, formed via phosphatization
of the organic compound in baculate laminae.
Chromic or sulphochromic Light alloys, plastics, oxidation elastomers Anodization Light alloys Phosphatization
Ferrous metals, light alloys Special treatments Some fluorinated derivatives
Excellent preservation of protoconodonts and paraconodonts in many localities was probably a result of their secondary phosphatization
, which became very common in that period of time.
was performed in a nine-step Bonder 28 Zn/Ni-phosphatizing process with Zirconium fluoride as passivation.
The secondary phosphatic matter seems to have been formed via decay and phosphatization
of primary shell organic matter (by analogy to the scheme described in Briggs & Kear 1993), during which particles of the surrounding quartzose sand/silt penetrated into shell space and cemented.
2008), these nanofibrils have been interpreted as biopolymer strands preserved by immediate post-mortem phosphatization
of organic tissues (Lang et al.
Condensation and phosphatization
of the Middle and Upper Ordovician limestones on the Malopolska Block (Poland): response to paleoceanographic conditions.