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Metal Speciation and Bioavailability (Environmental Analytical and Physical Chemistry Series)

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science: General Issues,
  • Aquatic organisms,
  • Bioavailability,
  • Effect of water pollution on,
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Metals,
  • Speciation,
  • Trace elements in water,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLoose leaf
    Number of Pages576
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12163281M
    ISBN 101566700043
    ISBN 109781566700047
    OCLC/WorldCa31206613

    What is Metal Speciation? Definition of Metal Speciation: A metal can exist as different chemical forms/species [e.g. As(III) and As(V) species of arsenic (As)] .   (). Factors influencing metal bioavailability in soils: preliminary investigations for the development of a critical loads approach for metals. Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability: Vol. 10, Cited by:

    The toxicity, bioavailability and mobility of certain elements are to a large extent determined by the form in which it is present. Consequently, a metal speciation analysis can provide valuable extra information compared to traditional total concentrations. Over the last few years, new legislation and guidelines have also started introducing. Metal Speciation and Its Role in Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability Richard J. Reeder; Richard J. Reeder Department of Geosciences and Center for Environmental Molecular Science, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, , Cited by:

      Project Methods The project will investigate the effect of soil chemical processes on chemical speciation and bioavailability of heavy metal comtaminants in soil in two focus areas. In the first focus area, the effect fo chemical speciation and bioavailability on ecological receptors used for development of soil screening levels will be studied as follows. etc, metal-biocompounds which could, in principle, contain the metal. In these instances, speciation of a trace element in living organisms calls for a knowledge and judicious choice of different-principle based separations assisted by different -complementing-each-other specific detectors (7). The use of.


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Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Aquatic Systems is the first comprehensive review to deal with fundamental concepts and models, speciation measurements and field applications in metal speciation and bioavailability in aquatic : Hardcover.

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This book presents new results on metal fluxes from society to the environment, on metal speciation in water, soil and sediment, and its interpretation in terms of mobility, biological uptake and toxicity.

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This volumeprovides a thorough review of current developments concerning theinteractions between trace metals and aquatic organisms. Trace metal speciation and bioavailability in urban soils Article in Environmental Pollution (1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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This volumeprovides a thorough review of current Price: $ Metal speciation in environmental and biological systems. Q Fernando Author information The impact of such metal complexes depends on the metal complex species that are kinetically and thermodynamically stable in these homogeneous and heterogeneous systems.

The distribution of metal complex species in these complex systems can be calculated Cited by: Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Aquatic Systems is thefirst comprehensive review to deal with fundamental concepts andmodels, speciation measurements and field applications in metalspeciation and bioavailability in aquatic environments.

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The book is a compilation of valuable information and provides a coherent presentation of recent advances in techniques, modeling, and dynamics and bioavailability of heavy metals in the root zone. —K.H. Feger, Dresden/Tharandt, in Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science,Vol.Issue 3.

The effect of chemical speciation on metal uptake or bioavailability can be accounted for by expressing the uptake rate constants on a free ion activity scale (Campbell ). Competitive and noncompetitive effects can be considered by defining a maximum rate of transport and a metal binding constant to characterize the metal transporters Cited by: 5.

Hydrogen ion activity (pH) is probably the most important factor governing metal speciation, solubility from mineral surfaces, transport, and eventual bioavailability of metals in aqueous solutions. pH affects both solubility of metal hydroxide minerals and adsorption-desorption processes.

Most metal hydroxide minerals have very lowFile Size: KB. Trace metal speciation and bioavailability in anaerobic digestion: A review Article Literature Review in Biotechnology Advances 34(2) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Trace Element Speciation for Environment, Food and Health provides an insight into applied research in the speciation field and how it has become so important in all the fields represented. With its comprehensive coverage, it will be of particular interest to researchers in industry and academia, as well as government agencies and legislative.

Trace Metal Speciation in Sediments and Soils-An Overview from a Water Industry Perspective. The Effects of Acidic Conditions on the Bioaccumulation, Transport and Toxicity of Selected Trace Metals in Freshwater Algae.

Mineral Bioavailability in Human Nutrition. Metal Treatment and Recovery. pp.,ISBN The concept of bioavailability of metals in anaerobic digestion has been poorly understood in the past, and a lack of deep understanding of the relationship between trace metal speciation and bioavailability can result in ineffective metal dosing strategies for anaerobic by:   Dynamic metal speciation analysis in aquatic ecosystems is emerging as a powerful basis for development of predictions of bioavailability and reliable risk assessment strategies.

A given speciation sensor is characterized by an effective time scale or kinetic window that defines the measurable metal species via their labilities. Here we review the current state of the art for the theory Cited by: Get this from a library. Metal speciation in the environment.

[J A C Broekaert; Ş Güçer; F Adams; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division,;] -- Metal Speciation in the Environment is a multidiscipliary treatment of the occurrence, mobility and detection of metal compounds within different environments as well as their interaction with life.

Biogeochemical Control of Heavy Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Contaminated Marine Sediments EPA Grant Number: R Title: Biogeochemical Control of Heavy Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Contaminated Marine Sediments Investigators: Shine, James P.

Institution: Harvard University EPA Project Officer: Hahn, Intaek Project Period: December 2, through December 1. The free-ion activity model for the biouptake of metals from complex media is limited to cases where mass transfer is not flux-determining.

This paper considers the simultaneous effects of bioconversion kinetics and metal transport in the medium coupled with metal complex dissociation kinetics. For the two kinetically limiting situations of inert and fully labile complexes, the.Interactions between trace metals and aquatic organisms: a critique of the free-ion activity model.This study describes the chemical speciation of Pb, Zn, Cu, Cr, As, and Sn in soil of former tin mining catchment.

Total five sites were selected for sampling and subsequent subsamples were collected from each site in order to create a composite sample for analysis. Samples were analysed by the sequential extraction procedure using optical emission spectrometry (ICP OES).Cited by: