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Nature and stability of complex mercury compounds in surface and ground waters

Nature and stability of complex mercury compounds in surface and ground waters

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Published by Water Resources Research Institute, Auburn University in Auburn, Ala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Pollution.,
  • Mercury compounds.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James E. Land [and others]
    ContributionsLand, James Edward.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC1 .A85 no. 17, TD427.M4 .A85 no. 17
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 46 p.
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5169513M
    LC Control Number74620932

    Divalent mercury also will form complexes with soluble organic matter, chlorides, and hydroxides that may contribute to its mobility (Kinniburgh and Jackson, ). Under mildly reducing conditions, both organically bound mercury and inorganic mercury compounds may be degraded to the elemental form of mercury, Hg°. General Documents. Assessment and Management of Stormwater Impacts on Sediment Recontamination Reible, D., B. Rao, M. Rakowska, D. Athanasiou, I. Drygiannaki, M. Bejar, B. Chadwick, et al. SERDP Project ER, pp, This project was conducted to develop, test, and assess the effectiveness of a comprehensive set of lab, field, and modeling .

    Phytoplankton periodicity in Antarctic surface waters (Discovery reports) [T. John Hart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The methylation of mercury is known to depend on the chemical forms of mercury (Hg) present in the environment and the methylating bacterial activity. In sulfidic sediments, under conditions of supersaturation with respect to metacinnabar, recent research has shown that mercury precipitates as β-HgS(s) nanop Mercury Biogeochemistry, Exposure, and ImpactsCited by: 6.

    Additional work is needed to characterize the interaction of fulvic acid with methylmercury in the laboratory and in surface and ground waters. Figure 2. Ratios of the sum of mercury-fulvic acid complexes (Hg(II)L) to the total dissolved inorganic mercury concentration versus pH. Dioxins and dioxin-like compounds (DLCs) are a group of chemical compounds that are persistent environmental pollutants (POPs). Some of them are highly toxic, but the toxicity among them varfold. They are grouped together, because their mechanism of action is the same.


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