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All abstracts by T. Yokoyama in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2006) Gold and silver deposition from aqueous solution on alumina and silica gels
Yonezu K, Yokoyama T, Okaue Y, Imai A & Watanabe K

(2006) Geochemical study on Temagami Iron-Formations, Canada
Shimada Y, Yasumatsu A, Motomura Y, Okazaki R, Nakamura T, Ohmoto H, Okaue Y & Yokoyama T

(2004) Geochemical Evolution of a Shallow Magma Plumbing System during the Last 500 Years, Miyakejima Volcano, Japan: Constraints from UTh- Ra Systematics
Yokoyama T, Kuritani T, Kobayashi K & Nakamura E

(2004) Ion Concentration Profile Near Rock Pore Wall as Revealed by Centrifugation
Yokoyama T, Murakami T & Nakashima S

(2004) Aluminum Dissolution from Alumina Induced by Heavy Metal Adsorption
Miyazaki A, Nakano Y, Yokoyama T & Balint I

(2003) Role of Aluminum for Precipitation of Silica on the Surface of Microbe: The System of Resins/aluminum/silicic Acid
Aramaki Y, Yokoyama T & Watanabe K

(2003) Mineral Dissolution Apparatus Under Anoxic Conditions and Dissolution Kinetics of Biotites
Sugimori H, Yokoyama T & Murakami T

(2003) Behavior of Iron during Rhyolite Weathering over 52, 000 Years by Spectrocolorimtery
Yokoyama T & Nakashima S

(2003) Mechanism and Kinetics of Smectite Dissolution Under Alkaline Conditions
Sato T, Kuroda M, Yokoyama S, Fukushi K, Tanaka T & Nakayama S

(2003) Biotite Dissolution Processes and Mechanisms: Early Stage Weathering Environment
Murakami T, Utsunomiya S, Yokoyama T & Kasama T

(2003) Precise Determination of U-Th-Ra Disequilibria in Natural Samples Using TIMS with Sequential Chromatographic Separation of U, Th and Ra
Yokoyama T & Nakamura E

(2001) Field and Laboratory Investigation of the Factors Affecting the Kinetics of Rhyolite Dissolution in Nature
Yokoyama T & Banfield JF

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