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Abstract

Sorption kinetics/of Mn, Fe, Co, Zn, Ag, Cd and Cs were studied in an organic rich river water using spiked suspended matter. Quasi in-vitro experiments were performed over 120 h during a low and high productivity period. The partitioning between the dissolved and the particulate phase was determined by the usual distribution coefficient, and the speciation in the filterable phase was studied from the selective extraction of the dissolved complexing species using a series of macroporous resins.

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Authors: GARNIER J-M, École Normale Supérieure, Institut de Biogéochimie Marine, URA CNRS, Montrouge (FR);PHAM M K, École Normale Supérieure, Institut de Biogéochimie Marine, URA CNRS, Montrouge (FR);CIFFROY P, École Normale Supérieure, Institut de Biogéochimie Marine, URA CNRS, Montrouge (FR);MARTIN J-M, EDF Direction des Études et Recherches, Département Environnement, Chatou (FR)
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 31 (1997) No. 6, pp. 1597-1606
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