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  • table S1. Comparative chemical analysis of the Ney water by Feth et al. (17), Barnes et al. (18), and this study.
  • fig. S1. Sampling and geological setting of the Ney spring.
  • fig. S2. Electron micrographs of barium-based self-assembled structures.
  • fig. S3. Electron micrographs of calcium-based structures grown at pH 10.5.
  • fig. S4. XRD pattern and infrared spectrum of the calcium-based structures.
  • fig. S5. MSH tubular membrane produced by reaction of the Co salt (CoCl2•6H2O) pellet with the Ney water.
  • fig. S6. MSH tubular membrane produced by the reaction of the Fe(II) salt pellet (FeCl2•4H2O) with the Ney water.
  • fig. S7. Chromatograms indicating the production of CO2(g) upon reaction of the pellets with the Ney water.
  • Legends for movies S1 to S4

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • movie S1 (.mp4 format). The alkaline Ney spring showing the hexagonal fabric of the well and the circular hole for feet treatment that were in use during the working time of the Aqua de Ney Spa, inactive since 1941.
  • movie S2 (.mp4 format). CO2 bubbling and bursting of reaction products of the Fe2(SO4)3•9H2O pellet and the sodium silicate solution.
  • movie S3 (.mp4 format). CO2 bubbling and bursting of reaction products of the CuCl2•2H2O pellet and the sodium silicate solution.
  • movie S4 (.mp4 format). CO2 bubbling and bursting of reaction products of the ZnCl2 pellet and the sodium silicate solution.

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