Influence of Ocean Acidification on the Organic Complexation of Iron and Copper in Northwest European Shelf Seas; a Combined Observational and Model Study

@inproceedings{Avendano2016InfluenceOO,
  title={Influence of Ocean Acidification on the Organic Complexation of Iron and Copper in Northwest European Shelf Seas; a Combined Observational and Model Study},
  author={Lizeth C. Avendano and Martha Gledhill and Eric P. Achterberg and Victoire M. C. R{\'e}rolle and Christian Schlosser},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
  • Lizeth C. Avendano, Martha Gledhill, +2 authors Christian Schlosser
  • Published in Front. Mar. Sci. 2016
  • Biology
  • The pH of aqueous solutions is known to impact the chemical speciation of trace metals. In this study we conducted titrations of coastal seawaters with iron and copper at pH 7.91, 7.37 and 6.99 (expressed on the total pH scale). Changes in the concentration of iron and copper that complexed with the added ligands 1-nitroso-2-napthol and salicylaldoxime respectively were determined by adsorptive cathodic stripping voltammetry - competitive ligand equilibrium (AdCSV-CLE). Interpretation of the… CONTINUE READING

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