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지하수에서 비소의 용해 및 분리(speciation): 리뷰
Arsenic Dissolution and Speciation in Groundwater: review paper 원문보기

자원환경지질 = Economic and environmental geology, v.38 no.5, 2005년, pp.587 - 597  

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본 논문은 지하수에서의 비소화학과 발생에 관한 것이다. 특히, 비소종의 물리화학적 특성, As(III)의 산화, 비소의 거동과 관련된 지화학 과정, 토양으로부터 비소의 용해, 비소함유 광물로부터 비소용출 메커니즘을 주로 다루고 있다.

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This review deals with arsenic chemistry and its occurrence in groundwater. Specifically, the paper gives an overview regarding chemical and physical properties of arsenic species, oxidation of As(III), geochemical processes related to the fate and transport of arsenic, arsenic leaching from soil, a...

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  • (a) 비소의 흡착과 공침은 흡착점에 대해 경쟁하는 다른 용질에 의해 영향을 받는다. 예를 들면, 인산은 철산화물 등의 흡착점을 두고 비소와 경쟁하며 비소의 반응을 방해한다.
  • (b) 비소의 흡착과 공침은 가역적인 과정이 아닐 수도 있다.
  • Fe2+와 As1-의 산화는 공기중에서 보다는 공기로 포화된 증류수에서 훨씬 더 빠르게 진행되었다. 이 연구자들은 비소는 일단 표면에서 산화되고 비소음이온이 물 속으로 빠르게 녹아나온다고 제안했다. 공기 중에서 A"의 산화는 Fe2+보다 더 빠르고, S?2-의 산화는 가장 느리게 일어났다.
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