The importance of trace metal speciation to water quality criteria

@inproceedings{Allen1996TheIO,
  title={The importance of trace metal speciation to water quality criteria},
  author={Herbert E. Allen and David J. Hansen},
  year={1996}
}
Because the bioavailability of a trace metal, and consequently its toxicity, is dependent on the physical and chemical form of the metal, we have presented a detailed assessment of how speciation of copper would be expected to affect its toxicity. Principles of chemical speciation are applied to demonstrate that inorganic forms will be in constant proportion to each other and to free copper ion during the course of the titration of a sample of natural water with copper or in the various… CONTINUE READING

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