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Biogeochemistry of Environmentally Important Trace Elements by Yong Cai, Olin C. Braids

By Yong Cai, Olin C. Braids

Biogeochemistry of Environmentally very important hint Elements discusses destiny, shipping, and transformation in soils, waters, and crops in biogeochemistry of environmentally vital hint components, with a spotlight on arsenic, mercury, and selenium.

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7) also estimated the stability constants for these arsenic carbonate complexes since none have been reported in literature. Stability constants were derived by extrapolating from a plot of ionic radii against the literature values for trivalent element carbonate complexes using the lanthanide and actmide series elements. The stability constants are estimated to be about 10 for B i and 10 for B , suggesting that the carbonate complexes to be stable inorganic arsenic species. Since these arseno-carbonate complexes are believed to be fairly stable, they may actually contribute significantly to the amounts of arsenic found in well water.

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