Speciation and phytoavailability of lead and antimony in a small arms range soil amended with mussel shell, cow bone and biochar: EXAFS spectroscopy and chemical extractions.

@article{Ahmad2014SpeciationAP,
  title={Speciation and phytoavailability of lead and antimony in a small arms range soil amended with mussel shell, cow bone and biochar: EXAFS spectroscopy and chemical extractions.},
  author={Mahtab Ahmad and Sang Soo Lee and Jung Eun Lim and Sung-Eun Lee and Ju Sik Cho and Deok Hyun Moon and Yohey Hashimoto and Yong Sik Ok},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2014},
  volume={95},
  pages={
          433-41
        }
}
Mussel shell (MS), cow bone (CB) and biochar (BC) were selected to immobilize metals in an army firing range soil. Amendments were applied at 5% (wt) and their efficacies were determined after 175 d. For metal phytoavailability test, maize (Zea mays L.) plants were cultivated for 3weeks. Results showed that all amendments decreased the exchangeable Pb by up to 99% in planted/unplanted soils. Contrarily, exchangeable Sb were increased in the MS- and CB-amended soils. The rise in soil pH (~1 unit… CONTINUE READING

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