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grl29813-sup-0002-fs01.jpgJPEG image2068KFigure S1. XRD-spectra of samples 18 +AFs-388 K, t +AD0- 16 h+AF0- and 7 +AFs-398 K, t +AD0- 16 h+AF0-.
grl29813-sup-0003-fs02.jpgJPEG image1794KFigure S2. SEM-micrographs depicting the center of samples 10 +AFs-t +AD0- 4 h+AF0- and 7 +AFs-t +AD0- 16 h+AF0- showing no indication of significant bassanite grain growth with reaction time at constant temperature +AFs-398 K+AF0-.
grl29813-sup-0004-fs03.jpgJPEG image851KFigure S3. P-wave velocity vp as a function of porosity for series (1) samples.
grl29813-sup-0005-fs04.jpgJPEG image725KFigure S4. P and S-wave velocities as a function of porosity simulated withequation (1) in section 3.3, comparison between the use of anhydrite and bassanite elastic and density properties resulting in virtually no difference in the modeled velocity-porosity relationship.
grl29813-sup-0006-fs05.jpgJPEG image815KFigure S5. P and S-wave velocities as a function of porosity simulated withequation (1) in section 3.3, sensitivity analysis on the choice of critical porosity.
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