Al ( III ) and Fe ( III ) binding by humic substances in freshwaters , 5 and implications for trace metal speciation

@inproceedings{Tipping2008AlI,
  title={Al ( III ) and Fe ( III ) binding by humic substances in freshwaters , 5 and implications for trace metal speciation},
  author={E Tipping and Carlos Rey-Castro and Stephen E Bryan and John Hamilton-Taylor},
  year={2008}
}
Available experimental data describing Al(III) and Fe(III) binding by fulvic and humic acids can be explained approximately by Humic Ion Binding Model VI. The model is based on conventional equilibrium reactions, involving protons, metal aquo ions and their first hydrolysis products, and binding sites ranging from abundant ones of low affinity, to rare ones of high affinity, common to all metals. The model can also account for laboratory 5 competition data involving Al(III) and Fe(III) and… CONTINUE READING
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