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Antimony bioavailability in mine soils ScienceDirect

2003-7-1  Early mining and smelting operations were often grossly inefficient, and as a result soil antimony levels of over 100 mg kg −1 have been recorded in localised areas where these operations were carried out (Li and Thornton, 1993a).

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils ScienceDirect

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. This suggests that soil contamination by Sb due to mining and smelting operations is not a severe risk to the environment or human health provided that it is present as immobile species and contaminated sites are not used for purposes which increase the threat of exposure to identified receptors

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils — Queen's

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Helen C Flynn, Andy A Meharg, Phillipa K Bowyer, Graeme I This suggests that soil contamination by Sb due to mining and smelting operations is not a severe risk to the environment or human health provided that it is present as immobile species and contaminated sites are not used for purposes which

(PDF) Antimony bioavailability in mine soils Graeme

Soil samples were taken from The results highlight the problems of co-contamination, these turfs using a 1 cm diameter core borer, oven dried the low bioavailability of antimony, and illustrate the at 85–90 C overnight and then ground in a ball mill for limitations of an As/Sb specific sensor to report on 1.5 min. antimony speciation.

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Request PDF Antimony bioavailability in mine soils Five British former mining and smelting sites were investigated and found to have levels of total Sb of up to 700 mg kg(-1), indicating high

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils — The University of

title = "Antimony bioavailability in mine soils", abstract = "Five British former mining and smelting sites were investigated and found to have levels of total Sb of up to 700 mg kg(-1), indicating high levels of contamination which could be potentially harmful.

Antimony bioavailability: Knowledge and research

2015-5-30  Antimony oxidative state and speciation in soil It is well-known that metal speciation plays a key role in determining the biogeochemical behavior (bioavailability, bioaccumulation, toxicity, and detoxification) of metals in soil–plant systems,,. Different forms of a metal are not always equally bioavailable and toxic.

Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an

Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland) The mobility and bioavailability of As and Sb in relation to soil-biota transfer were evaluated at a former Sb mining and smelting site (Glendinning, SW Scotland, UK).

Distribution, speciation and availability of antimony (Sb

2011-10-1  Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Environmental Pollution, 124 (2003), pp. 93-100. Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Gal et al., 2007. J. Gal, A. Hursthouse, S. Cuthbert. Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining

(PDF) Recovery and leachability of antimony from mine-

The study confirmed very low recovery of Sb in soils digested with nitric acid (mean 20.9% of total), significantly lower in mine soils (7.6 ±3.4%) than in shooting range soils (34.2±17.5%

Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an

2007-7-1  The mobility and bioavailability of As and Sb in relation to soil-biota transfer were evaluated at a former Sb mining and smelting site (Glendinning, SW Scotland, UK). The study specifically assessed the accumulation of As and Sb in different environmental components (soil, plants and earthworms) across mining area to estimate risk factors for

Antimony and Arsenic Uptake by Plants in an Abandoned

2018-6-16  The degree of antimony (Sb) and arsenic (As) pollution and their bioavailability in mining‐affected grassland soils were determined. Antimony and As concentrations in aboveground parts of plants, collected in three consecutive years, were measured to investigate their uptake capacity, food chain contamination, and ecological risks.

Chemical availability of arsenic and antimony in

2005-11-29  Total concentrations and extractable fractionations of As and Sb were determined in soil samples from former mining sites in Scotland and Italy. Pseudo-total levels of As and Sb in the sample were between 50–17,428 mg/kg and 10–1,187 mg/kg (Scotland), and 16–691 mg/kg and 1.63–11.44 mg/kg (Italy). Between 0.001–0.63% and <0.001−8.82% of the total soil As and Sb, were extractable

Assessment and distribution of antimony in soils around

Thirty-three soil samples were collected from the Luling, Liuer, and Zhangji coal mines in the Huaibei and Huainan areas of Anhui Province, China. The samples were analyzed for antimony (Sb) by inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) method. The average Sb content in the 33 samples was 4 mg kg−1, which is lower than in coals from this region (6.2 mg kg−1).

In vivo validation of the unified BARGE method to assess

The relative bioavailability of arsenic, antimony, cadmium, and lead for the ingestion pathway was measured in 16 soils contaminated by either smelting or mining activities using a juvenile swine model. The soils contained 18 to 25,000 mg kg(-1) As, 18 to 60,000 mg kg(-1) Sb, 20 to 184 mg kg(-1) Cd,

The influence of different antimony (Sb) compounds and

2021-2-1  However, fate, behaviour and bioavailability of different Sb compounds in soils are insufficiently known. Therefore, in this present study, the effects of soil properties and ageing on bioavailability of four different Sb compounds (CHKOSb, SbS, SbO and SbO nanoparticles) were evaluated during 120 days ageing time.

(PDF) Recovery and leachability of antimony from mine-

The study confirmed very low recovery of Sb in soils digested with nitric acid (mean 20.9% of total), significantly lower in mine soils (7.6 ±3.4%) than in shooting range soils (34.2±17.5%

Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony

2018-3-23  The studies in Table 4.1 are sorted by bioavailability score and all study results with a bioavailability score of one or two were used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL for antimony. Three studies are used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL according to

Antimony Compounds US EPA

2021-6-25  Antimony is a silvery-white metal that is found in the earth's crust. Antimony ores are mined and then either changed to antimony metal or combined with oxygen to form antimony oxide. (1) Antimony trioxide is a white powder that is very slightly soluble in water. (1) Antimony metal is a very brittle, moderately hard metal. (1)

Speciation Analysis of Antimony and Arsenic in Soil and

Antimony and arsenic are recognized to be toxic carcinogens. With the development of chemical industry, antimony and arsenic pollution problems are becoming more and more serious in soil. This paper described speciation analysis of antimony and arsenic in soil in the latest technical progress. Speciation analysis of arsenic and antimony which use joint techniques and non joint techniques are

Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an

2007-7-17  (2007). Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland) Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A:

Antimony and Arsenic Uptake by Plants in an Abandoned

2018-6-16  The degree of antimony (Sb) and arsenic (As) pollution and their bioavailability in mining‐affected grassland soils were determined. Antimony and As concentrations in aboveground parts of plants, collected in three consecutive years, were measured to investigate their uptake capacity, food chain contamination, and ecological risks.

Bioaccessibility of antimony and arsenic in highly

Bioaccessibility of antimony and arsenic in highly polluted soils of the mine area and health risk assessment associated with oral ingestion exposure. Li J(1), Wei Y(1), Zhao L(1), Zhang J(1), Shangguan Y(1), Li F(1), Hou H(1).

Antimony in the Soil-Plant System in an Sb

2019-4-11  The distribution, bioavailability, and accumulation of antimony (Sb) at the interface of rhizospheric soils and indigenous plants from a large Sb mining/smelting area in

Influence of Soil Properties and Aging on Antimony

2020-4-8  The toxicity of Sb is closely related to its speciation and bioavailability in soils, which in turn were significantly influenced by soil properties (Shangguan et al. 2016).Sb(III) has been reported to be initially released in the environment (Hu et al. 2014) to exhibit higher toxicity than Sb(V) (Cui et al. 2015).However, Sb(V) is the predominant species in soil even under strongly reduced

Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony

2018-3-23  The studies in Table 4.1 are sorted by bioavailability score and all study results with a bioavailability score of one or two were used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL for antimony. Three studies are used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL according to

Effect of soil organic matter on antimony bioavailability

2021-8-1  内容提示: Effect of soil organic matter on antimony bioavailability after theremediation process *Yasuo Mitsui Nakamarua,*,Francisco Jos ?e Martín Peinadoba Laboratory of Integrated Crop Management Science, Faculty of Bioindustry, Tokyo University of Agriculture, 196 Yasaka, Abashiri, Hokkaido 099-2493,Japanb Departamento de Edafología y Química Agrícola, Facultad de Ciencias

Assessment and distribution of antimony in soils around

Thirty-three soil samples were collected from the Luling, Liuer, and Zhangji coal mines in the Huaibei and Huainan areas of Anhui Province, China. The samples were analyzed for antimony (Sb) by inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) method. The average Sb content in the 33 samples was 4 mg kg−1, which is lower than in coals from this region (6.2 mg kg−1).

Antimony SpringerLink

2012-6-6  Antimony (Sb) is a naturally occurring metalloid that has a wide range of industrial applications. There exists an increasing interest in this metalloid as it is likely to be a pollutant in industrialised environments. It is now known that Sb has fewer geochemical and toxicological similarities with As than previously believed.

Antimony Compounds US EPA

2021-6-25  Antimony is a silvery-white metal that is found in the earth's crust. Antimony ores are mined and then either changed to antimony metal or combined with oxygen to form antimony oxide. (1) Antimony trioxide is a white powder that is very slightly soluble in water. (1) Antimony metal is a very brittle, moderately hard metal. (1)