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Adsorption and desorption characteristics of diphenylarsenicals in two contrasting soils.
Diphenylarsinic acid (DPAA) is formed during the leakage of aromatic arsenic chemical weapons in soils, is persistent in nature, and results in arsenic contamination in the field. The adsorption andExpand
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Cadmium reduces zinc uptake but enhances its translocation in the cadmium-accumulator, Carpobrotus rossii, without affecting speciation
Background and aimsInteractions between Cd and Zn occur in soils and plants but are inconsistent. This study examined how Cd/Zn interactions influence the growth of Carpobrotus rossii (Haw.) and theExpand
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Photodegradation of diphenylarsinic acid by UV-C light: Implication for its remediation.
Diphenylarsinic acid (DPAA) is a major contaminant in environments polluted by chemical weapons and abandoned after World Wars I and II and poses high risks to biota but remediation methods for thisExpand
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