Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects IV
W.R. Chappell, C.O. Abernathy, R.L. Calderon
Elsevier, Nov 27, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 492 pages
This collected volume of authoritative articles represents the state-of-the-art in arsenic research. Arsenic experts from around the world, participants in the Fourth International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects organized by the Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health in 2000, present their critical findings.
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Such shifts may occur due to a reduction of surface area of the oxide, or to a
change in surface structure, perhaps related to the development of reducing
conditions, as well as to changes in the oxidation state of the As. These
processes may ...
Nitrate Authigenic formation of FeS2rich in arsenic Release of arsenic to
groundwater Formation of Fe-oxide coating which absorbs arsenic Sulfide
mineral oxidation due to oxygen bearing groundwater (groundwater becomes
oxygen rich due ...
Other reasons for rejecting pyrite oxidation as a mechanism are as follows. The
sediments contain too little arsenical pyrite for this mechanism to be important.
Measured sulfur concentrations in aquifer sediments represent both pyritic and ...
IMPLICATIONS Arsenic pollution by oxidation of arsenical pyrite is a mechanism
that is valid for oxic environments, typically surface waters. It may apply to the
subsurface where high-permeability allows polluted surface water access to the ...
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