The Release of Antimony from Mine Dump Soils in the Presence and Absence of Forest Litter.

@article{Lewiska2018TheRO,
  title={The Release of Antimony from Mine Dump Soils in the Presence and Absence of Forest Litter.},
  author={Karolina Lewińska and Anna Karczewska and Marcin Siepak and Bernard Gałka},
  journal={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2018},
  volume={15 12}
}
This study examined the changes in antimony (Sb) solubility in soils, using organic matter introduced with forest litter, in various moisture conditions. Soils containing 12.8⁻163 mg/kg Sb were taken from the top layers of dumps in former mining sites in the Sudetes, South-West Poland. Soils were incubated for 90 days either in oxic or waterlogged conditions, with and without the addition of 50 g/kg of beech forest litter (FL). Water concentrations of Sb in some experimental treatments greatly… CONTINUE READING

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