Distribution and speciation of ambient selenium in contrasted soils, from mineral to organic rich.

  title={Distribution and speciation of ambient selenium in contrasted soils, from mineral to organic rich.},
  author={Julie Tolu and Yves Thiry and Ma{\"i}t{\'e} Bueno and Claudy C Jolivet and Martine Potin-Gautier and Isabelle Le H{\'e}cho},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
Selenium adsorption onto oxy-hydroxides mainly controls its mobility in volcanic soils, red earths and soils poor in organic matter (OM) while the influence of OM was emphasized in podzol and peat soils. This work aims at deciphering how those solid phases influence ambient Se mobility and speciation under less contrasted conditions in 26 soils spanning extensive ranges of OM (1-32%), Fe/Al oxy-hydroxides (0.3-6.1%) contents and pH (4.0-8.3). The soil collection included agriculture, meadow and… CONTINUE READING


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