Spatial and temporal variability of arsenic solid-state speciation in historically lead arsenate contaminated soils.

Abstract

The arsenic (As) solid-state speciation (i.e., oxidation state, precipitates, and adsorption complexes) is one of the most important factors controlling dissolved As concentrations at As contaminated sites. In this case study, two representative subsurface samples (i.e., oxidized and semi-reduced sites) from former lead arsenate contaminated soils in the… (More)

Topics

4 Figures and Tables

Slides referencing similar topics