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Effect of Aging on the Chemical Forms and Phytotoxicity of Arsenic in Soil
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Effect of Aging on the Chemical Forms and Phytotoxicity of Arsenic in Soil
Yang, Woojin; Jho, Eun Hea; Im, Jinwoo; Jeong, Seulki; Nam, Kyoungphile;
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 Abstract
This study investigates effects of an aging period on arsenic (As) chemical forms in soils and phytotoxicity using artificially As-contaminated soils with a range of As concentrations (0-300 mg/kg) and aging periods (0 and 3 months). A sequential extraction procedure showed that the increasing As concentration in soils increased the ratio of non-specifically and specifically bound As, which are known to be bioavailable. This resulted in increasing As uptake by tomatoes with increasing As concentration (R2
 Keywords
Arsenic;Aging;Bioavailability;Chemical forms;Phytotoxicity;
 Language
Korean
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