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Spatial distribution and chemical speciation of Pb and Sb in contaminated soil and its relation to pore water composition and preferential water flow

English title Spatial distribution and chemical speciation of Pb and Sb in contaminated soil and its relation to pore water composition and preferential water flow
Applicant Kretzschmar Ruben
Number 101760
Funding scheme Project funding (Div. I-III)
Research institution Institut für Biogeochemie und Schadstoffdynamik ETH Zürich
Institution of higher education ETH Zurich - ETHZ
Main discipline Pedology
Start/End 01.10.2003 - 30.06.2005
Approved amount 118'369.00
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Keywords (6)

Soil pollution; Heavy metals; Pb; Sb; X-rey absorption spectroscopy; Prefential flow

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Publications

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Quantitative antimony speciation in shooting-range soils by EXAFS spectroscopy
Scheinost AC, Rossberg A, Vantelon D, Xifra I, Kretzschmar R, Leuz AK, Funke H, Johnson CA (2006), Quantitative antimony speciation in shooting-range soils by EXAFS spectroscopy, in GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, 70(13), 3299-3312.
Factors influencing the vertical Pb distribution in a shooting range soil
Xifra I, Knechtenhofer L, Scheinost AC, Kretzschmar R (2003), Factors influencing the vertical Pb distribution in a shooting range soil, in GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, 66(15A), 850-850.
Fate of heavy metals in a strongly acidic shooting-range soil: small-scale metal distribution and its relation to preferential water flow
Knechtenhofer LA, Xifra IO, Scheinost AC, Fluhler H, Kretzschmar R (2003), Fate of heavy metals in a strongly acidic shooting-range soil: small-scale metal distribution and its relation to preferential water flow, in JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE, 166(1), 84-92.

Associated projects

Number Title Start Funding scheme
63654 Spatial distribution and chemical speciation of Pb in contaminated soil and its relation to micromorphology and water flow 01.07.2001 Project funding (Div. I-III)

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