CONTAMINATION OF ROCK SAMPLES DURING

2010-10-30  2010-10-30  CONTAMINATION OF ROCK SAMPLES DURING GRINDING AS DETERMINED SPECTROGRAFHICALLY A. T. Myers and Paul R. Barnett ABSTRACT Spectrographic analysis was used by the Geological Survey to investi­ gate the kind and degree of contamination resulting from the pulverizing in heavy grinding machinery of three different groups of rock samples s (l)

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Arsenic contamination in agricultural soils surrounding ...

2012-5-1  Arsenic contamination in agricultural soils surrounding mining sites in relation to geology and mineralization types. ... One of the most important anthropogenic sources of As in the environment is the mining and refining of metals with grinding and concentrating ores, and disposal of tailings.

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Contamination of Arsenic In Relation to Soil Properties of ...

2021-6-4  the grinding process. 3.2 Methods of analysis: 3.3.1 Soil pH: A . ... of arsenic contamination and find out the relationship between soil properties with arsenic contamination at Alamdanga and Trishal Upazila. 4.1 General characteristics of soil 4.1.1 Soil pH, organic matter and total N contents at surface ...

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Arsenic accumulation in lentil (Lens culinaris) genotypes ...

2019-7-1  Arsenic contamination in growing media (0.2 mg kg −1) causes negative effects on food crops 42,43. Similarly, 0.6 mg kg −1 As in soil affected soybean growth 44 .

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2014-3-4  Back Grinding Filtration Arsenic contaminated Coolant Gallium Recovery Disposal Technology focus: GaAs manufacturing 67 Dicing Polishing Slurry Treatment Treated effluent ... Contamination of groundwater through improper disposal. Generation of arsine gas in waste container. Ingestion of arsenic.

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Arsenic, copper, and zinc contamination in soil and wheat ...

2013-6-4  Field studies were conducted to investigate arsenic (As), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn) contamination in agricultural soils and wheat crops at two areas in Huaibei, China. Area A is in the proximity of Shuoli coal mine. In area B, three coal mines and a coal cleaning plant were distributed. The potential health risk of As, Cu, and Zn exposure to the local inhabitants through consumption of wheat ...

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Arsenic solid-phase speciation and reversible binding in ...

2017-2-1  2017-2-1  1. Introduction. Arsenic (As) is a highly toxic and carcinogenic element, which means that As-soil contamination is a major environmental threat (Smith et al., 1998, Mandal and Suzuki, 2002), where it may cause several adverse health effects, even at very low concentrations (Chen and Ahsan, 2004, Yuan et al., 2007, Smith and Steinmaus, 2009).However, arsenic is ubiquitous, and

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App Note Examination of Heavy Metal Contamination

2021-8-19  Examination of Heavy Metal Contamination Found in Raisins, Sultanas and Currants by ICP-MS Abstract Over the last few years, studies have found high levels of contamination in grapes and grape products such as juice and wine. Recent studies have been conducted showing the presence of arsenic in apple juices and wine.

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Arsenic and Heavy Metal Uptake and Accumulation in

2011-7-20  Arsenic is a highly toxic metalloid of great environmental concern due to extensive contamination resulting from a wide range of activities (Bhattacharya et al. 2007).Arsenic mining is one example of these activities, as soil and water around mines contain increased concentrations of arsenic as well as heavy metals (Antosiewicz et al. 2008; Sridhar et al. 2007).

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Remediation of arsenic contaminated soils by iron-oxide ...

2008-2-1  2008-2-1  1.. IntroductionPersistence of arsenic (As) in soil and toxicity to plants and animals is of concern. Soil is an important sink for As compounds, which accumulate rapidly due to their slow depletion by plant uptake, leaching and erosion (Smith et al., 1998).Given the relationship between skin cancer, angiosarcoma and As ingestion, this establishes the metalloid as a human carcinogen

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Contamination of Arsenic In Relation to Soil Properties of ...

2021-6-4  the grinding process. 3.2 Methods of analysis: 3.3.1 Soil pH: A . ... of arsenic contamination and find out the relationship between soil properties with arsenic contamination at Alamdanga and Trishal Upazila. 4.1 General characteristics of soil 4.1.1 Soil pH, organic matter and total N contents at surface ...

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Assessment of arsenic (As) contamination in soils of ...

arsenic contamination in the seven districts of West Bengal is noted to be geological. Bore-hole sediment ... originate from the grinding process. Methods of Analysis Soil texture

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Wheat is an emerging exposure route for arsenic in Bihar ...

In contrast to previous studies, where As concentration in wheat grains was found to be lower than the flour due to the removal of the bran on grinding, we did not find any appreciable lowering of arsenic in the wheat flour (49.80 ± 74.08 µg/kg, n = 58), most likely due to external contamination during processing and grinding.

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2014-3-4  Back Grinding Filtration Arsenic contaminated Coolant Gallium Recovery Disposal Technology focus: GaAs manufacturing 67 Dicing Polishing Slurry Treatment Treated effluent ... Contamination of groundwater through improper disposal. Generation of arsine gas in waste container. Ingestion of arsenic.

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Arsenic Contamination in Food-chain: Transfer of Arsenic ...

Arsenic contamination in groundwater in Bangladesh has become an additional concern vis-à-vis its use for irrigation purposes. Even if arsenic-safe drinking-water is assured, the question of irrigating soils with arsenic-laden groundwater will continue for years to come. Immediate attention should be

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Arsenic accumulation in lentil (Lens culinaris) genotypes ...

2019-7-1  Arsenic contamination in growing media (0.2 mg kg −1) causes negative effects on food crops 42,43. Similarly, 0.6 mg kg −1 As in soil affected soybean growth 44 .

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Arsenic: Chemistry, Occurrence, and Exposure - ScienceDirect

2015-1-1  The presence of arsenic in water bodies depends on pH, the redox condition of the solution, sorption, and exchange reactions. The World Health Organization (WHO) has established a guideline value of a maximum of 10 μg/L for arsenic in drinking water.Historically, arsenic has been used in fertilizers and medicines, and as a wood preservative; however, exposure to it over time may lead to

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Arsenic contamination of Bangladesh aquifers exacerbated ...

2020-5-7  Alternative mechanism for aquifer contamination with arsenic. Contamination with As of the pre-Holocene aquifer is concentrated within a shallower and

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The ART of trapping silicon and arsenic - DigitalRefining

Arsenic Another poison that is becoming more common with the increasing use of some synthetic and opportunity crudes is arsenic. Arsenic is also a permanent poison, so once it is on the catalyst it cannot be removed. It is a much more severe poison than silicon, with roughly 60°F (33°C) of activity loss per 1.0 wt% arsenic on the catalyst.

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High-arsenic copper concentrates - International Mining

2016-2-23  David Duckworth of consulting company Saint Barbara notes that “the issue of high-arsenic (high-As) copper concentrates has been highlighted recently with the start-up of a number of new projects producing this material. “Copper concentrates can be divided into clean or complex types,” he writes in the company’s latest newsletter.

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Contamination of Arsenic In Relation to Soil Properties of ...

2021-6-4  the grinding process. 3.2 Methods of analysis: 3.3.1 Soil pH: A . ... of arsenic contamination and find out the relationship between soil properties with arsenic contamination at Alamdanga and Trishal Upazila. 4.1 General characteristics of soil 4.1.1 Soil pH, organic matter and total N contents at surface ...

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2014-3-4  Arsenic is recognised as both a chronic and acute toxin; as little as 100mg of arsenic trioxide can be fatal. Arsenic can exist in several valence states, with the As-3 state (i.e. arsine gas) considered to be the most toxic [1], followed by As+3 valence state; inorganic arsenic compounds are more toxic than organic arsenic compounds.

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Wheat is an emerging exposure route for arsenic in Bihar ...

2020-2-10  1. Introduction: Arsenic (As) contamination in groundwater of Bihar, India was first reported in 2003 (Chakraborti et al., 2003), with more than 9 million people currently facing health risks due to As exposure (Chakraborti et al. 2017).In a 2007 study, 10.8% (7164 out of 66,623) of drinking water samples, covering 11 districts of Bihar, were reported to have As concentration higher than the ...

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Arsenic Contamination in Food-chain: Transfer of Arsenic ...

Arsenic contamination in groundwater in Bangladesh has become an additional concern vis-à-vis its use for irrigation purposes. Even if arsenic-safe drinking-water is assured, the question of irrigating soils with arsenic-laden groundwater will continue for years to come. Immediate attention should be

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Spectroscopic Diagnosis of Arsenic Contamination in ...

2017-5-4  2.1. Soil Samples. In total, 195 historical soil samples collected in Yixing and Zhongxiang regions were used for this work. Yixing (Figure 1 b) is located in the south of Jiangsu Province, China, with an annual temperature of 15.7 °C and a mean annual precipitation of 1177 mm. Zhongxiang (Figure 1 c) is situated in the middle of Hubei Province, China, and its mean annual temperature is 15.0 ...

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Understanding arsenic dynamics in agronomic systems to ...

2017-3-1  This review is on arsenic in agronomic systems, and covers processes that influence the entry of arsenic into the human food supply. The scope is from sources of arsenic (natural and anthropogenic) in soils, biogeochemical and rhizosphere processes that control arsenic speciation and availability, through to mechanisms of uptake by crop plants and potential mitigation strategies.

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ARSENIC INCORPORATION IN COLEMANITE FROM

2011-9-16  of arsenic contamination in borate deposits have focused on sulfarsenides. Inductively coupled plasma – mass spectrometry (ICP–MS) analysis and synchrotron micro-X-ray fluorescence (m-SXRF) mapping reveal that colemanite, a major borate ore mineral, contains up to 125 ppm arsenic.

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Arsenic contamination of Bangladesh aquifers exacerbated ...

2020-5-7  Alternative mechanism for aquifer contamination with arsenic. Contamination with As of the pre-Holocene aquifer is concentrated within a shallower and

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Analytical Strategies for the Determination of Arsenic in Rice

Arsenic is an element of concern given its toxicological significance, even at low concentrations. Food is a potential route of exposure to inorganic arsenic and in this regard arsenic in rice is associated with soil contamination, fertilizer application, and the use of arsenic-containing irrigation water. Therefore, there is a need to investigate the regional rice crops with a view to future ...

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High-arsenic copper concentrates - International Mining

2016-2-23  David Duckworth of consulting company Saint Barbara notes that “the issue of high-arsenic (high-As) copper concentrates has been highlighted recently with the start-up of a number of new projects producing this material. “Copper concentrates can be

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