Biological activity of soil contaminated with cobalt, tin, and molybdenum

@article{Zaborowska2016BiologicalAO,
  title={Biological activity of soil contaminated with cobalt, tin, and molybdenum},
  author={M. Zaborowska and J. Kucharski and J. Wyszkowska},
  journal={Environmental Monitoring and Assessment},
  year={2016},
  volume={188}
}
In this age of intensive industrialization and urbanization, mankind’s highest concern should be to analyze the effect of all metals accumulating in the environment, both those considered toxic and trace elements. With this aim in mind, a unique study was conducted to determine the potentially negative impact of Sn2+, Co2+, and Mo5+ in optimal and increased doses on soil biological properties. These metals were applied in the form of aqueous solutions of Sn2+ (SnCl2.2H2O), Co2+ (CoCl2 · 6H2O… Expand
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