Preservation and storage techniques for low-level aqueous mercury speciation.

  title={Preservation and storage techniques for low-level aqueous mercury speciation.},
  author={Jennifer L Parker and Nicolas S. Bloom},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  volume={337 1-3},
Although researchers today generally employ appropriate techniques for the storage and preservation of aqueous samples for ambient-level mercury (ppb) speciation, these methods continue to be poorly documented. Numerous experiments were thus conducted to investigate the effects of acidification and bottle type on holding time for various mercury species [elemental mercury (Hg(0)), ionic mercury (Hg(II)), dimethyl mercury (DMHg), monomethyl mercury (MMHg), and dissolved-to-particulate ratio] as… CONTINUE READING
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