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Erratum to: Composition of weathering crusts on sandstones from natural outcrops and architectonic elements in an urban environment.

Marszałek M, Alexandrowicz Z, Rzepa G - Environ Sci Pollut Res Int (2015)

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Affiliation: Department of Mineralogy, Petrography and Geochemistry, AGH University of Science and Technology, al. A. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059, Kraków, Poland, mmarszal@agh.edu.pl.

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Microphotographs: sandstone from natural outcrops—a outer layer covered by ferruginous compounds (sample SMC-14, 1P), b iron oxides between mineral grains (sample SMC-12, 1P), and c iron compounds occurring in cleavage fissures of feldspar (sample SMC-14, XP); sandstone from architectonic detail—d black crust composed of gypsum covering the outer layer of the detail (sample MC-001, 1P), e gypsum crystals filling pores and cracks, replacing stone cement (sample MC-001, 1P), and f gypsum filling cleavage on feldspar (sample MC-011, XP). Optical microscope, thin sections cut perpendicular to the stone surface. 1P one polar, XP crossed polars
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Fig1: Microphotographs: sandstone from natural outcrops—a outer layer covered by ferruginous compounds (sample SMC-14, 1P), b iron oxides between mineral grains (sample SMC-12, 1P), and c iron compounds occurring in cleavage fissures of feldspar (sample SMC-14, XP); sandstone from architectonic detail—d black crust composed of gypsum covering the outer layer of the detail (sample MC-001, 1P), e gypsum crystals filling pores and cracks, replacing stone cement (sample MC-001, 1P), and f gypsum filling cleavage on feldspar (sample MC-011, XP). Optical microscope, thin sections cut perpendicular to the stone surface. 1P one polar, XP crossed polars

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Erratum to: Composition of weathering crusts on sandstones from natural outcrops and architectonic elements in an urban environment.

Marszałek M, Alexandrowicz Z, Rzepa G - Environ Sci Pollut Res Int (2015)

Microphotographs: sandstone from natural outcrops—a outer layer covered by ferruginous compounds (sample SMC-14, 1P), b iron oxides between mineral grains (sample SMC-12, 1P), and c iron compounds occurring in cleavage fissures of feldspar (sample SMC-14, XP); sandstone from architectonic detail—d black crust composed of gypsum covering the outer layer of the detail (sample MC-001, 1P), e gypsum crystals filling pores and cracks, replacing stone cement (sample MC-001, 1P), and f gypsum filling cleavage on feldspar (sample MC-011, XP). Optical microscope, thin sections cut perpendicular to the stone surface. 1P one polar, XP crossed polars
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Fig1: Microphotographs: sandstone from natural outcrops—a outer layer covered by ferruginous compounds (sample SMC-14, 1P), b iron oxides between mineral grains (sample SMC-12, 1P), and c iron compounds occurring in cleavage fissures of feldspar (sample SMC-14, XP); sandstone from architectonic detail—d black crust composed of gypsum covering the outer layer of the detail (sample MC-001, 1P), e gypsum crystals filling pores and cracks, replacing stone cement (sample MC-001, 1P), and f gypsum filling cleavage on feldspar (sample MC-011, XP). Optical microscope, thin sections cut perpendicular to the stone surface. 1P one polar, XP crossed polars
Mentions: The original publication of this article contains a mistake. The correct image for Fig. 7 is shown below:Fig. 7

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Affiliation: Department of Mineralogy, Petrography and Geochemistry, AGH University of Science and Technology, al. A. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059, Kraków, Poland, mmarszal@agh.edu.pl.

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