Photoinduced reduction of divalent mercury in ice by organic matter.


Reduction of divalent mercury and subsequent emission to the atmosphere has been identified as loss process from surface snow, but its mechanism and importance are still unclear. The amount of mercury that stays in the snow pack until spring is of significance, because during snow melt it may be released to the aquatic environment and enter the food web… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2010.10.020


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@article{BartelsRausch2011PhotoinducedRO, title={Photoinduced reduction of divalent mercury in ice by organic matter.}, author={Thorsten Bartels-Rausch and Gis{\`e}le Krysztofiak and Andreas M Bernhard and Manuel Schl{\"a}ppi and Margit Schwikowski and Markus Ammann}, journal={Chemosphere}, year={2011}, volume={82 2}, pages={199-203} }