Sorption and speciation of heavy metals on hydrous Fe and Mn oxides. From microscopic to macroscopic

@inproceedings{Manceau1992SorptionAS,
  title={Sorption and speciation of heavy metals on hydrous Fe and Mn oxides. From microscopic to macroscopic},
  author={Alain Manceau and Laurent Charlet and Michel Boisset and Benoit Didier and Lorenzo Spadini},
  year={1992}
}
The mobility, biodisponibility and toxicity of heavy metals are largely controlled by chemical reactions which take place at the hydrous oxide/water interface. The recent development of the synchrotron-based fluorescence yield X-ray absorption spectroscopy permits elucidation of these chemical reactions, at a molecular level. Six case studies are presented: the sorption mechanism of SeO32−, UO22+, Pb(II), Cr(III) on hydrous Fe oxide, Pb(II) on hydrous Mn oxide and the surface oxidation… CONTINUE READING

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