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PDF Antimony bioavailability in mine soils Graeme Paton

Soil samples were taken from The results highlight the problems of cocontamination, these turfs using a 1 cm diameter core borer, oven dried the low bioavailability of antimony, and illustrate the at 8590 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.

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils The University of

title quotAntimony bioavailability in mine soilsquot, abstract quotFive British former mining and smelting sites were investigated and found to have levels of total Sb of up to 700 mg kg 1 , indi ing high levels of contamination which could be potentially harmful.

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

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Antimony bioavailability: Knowledge and research perspectives

Antimony, arsenic and lead distribution in soils and plants of an agricultural area impacted by former mining activities Sci. Total Environ. , 439 2012 , pp. 35 43 , 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.09.023

Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an

2007 . Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning SW Scotland Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A: Vol. 42, No. 9, pp. 12631274.

Antimony and Arsenic Uptake by Plants in an Abandoned Mining

The degree of antimony Sb and arsenic As pollution and their bioavailability in miningaffected 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.

Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony

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 EcoSSL for antimony. Three studies are used to derive the soil invertebrate EcoSSL according to the EcoSSL guidance U.S. EPA, 2003 .

PDF Recovery and leachability of antimony from mine and

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 34.217.5 .

Response of Soil Microbial Communities to Elevated Antimony

Mining of sulfide ore deposits containing metalloids, such as antimony and arsenic, has introduced serious soil contamination around the world, posing severe threats to food safety and human health. Hence, it is important to understand the behavior and composition of the microbial communities that control the mobilization or sequestration of

Bioaccessibility of antimony and arsenic in highly polluted

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 .

Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony

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 EcoSSL for antimony. Three studies are used to derive the soil invertebrate EcoSSL according to the EcoSSL guidance U.S. EPA, 2003 .

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning SW Scotland

THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE SOILS

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase

The influence of different antimony Sb compounds and ageing

The effect of longterm ageing up to 700 days on the mobility, potential bioavailability and bioaccessibility of antimony Sb was investigated in two soils S1: pH 8.2 S2: pH 4.9 spiked with two Sb concentrations 100 and 1000 mgkg .

Fate and Transport of Antimony on the Sbresistant Bacterial

Antimony Sb has been investigated as an emerging pollutant in soil and the soil contamination is commonly found in the mining sites, vicinity of smelters, and shooting ranges. Increasing industrial need for Sb in the manufacture of electronic devices such as batteries and diodes, flame retardants, pigments, and alysts aggravate the concerns of Sb contamination in soil. Antimony species

Antimony and arsenic distribution in a chment affected by

A devastating rainfall in Tuscany in November 2012 provided the opportunity to study the diffusion of As and Sb along the Tafone mining area, under extreme conditions, by comparing their concentrations in water, soil, and river sediments in drought equilibrium periods against those observed immediately after a flooding event and after a period of 6 weeks rebalancing of the watercourse.

Bioaccumulation of Antimony and Arsenic in Vegetables and

Heavy metal pollution in soils caused by mining and smelting has attracted worldwide attention for its potential health risks to residents. This paper studies the concentrations and accumulations of Sb and As in both soils and vegetables and the human health risks of Sb and As in vegetables from Xikuangshan XKS Sb mine, Hunan, China. Results showed that the soils were severely polluted by Sb

Response of Soil Microbial Communities to Elevated Antimony

Mining of sulfide ore deposits containing metalloids, such as antimony and arsenic, has introduced serious soil contamination around the world, posing severe threats to food safety and human health. Hence, it is important to understand the behavior and composition of the microbial communities that control the mobilization or sequestration of

Food crop accumulation and bioavailability assessment for

Field samples and a 9week glasshouse growth trial were used to investigate the accumulation of mining derived arsenic As and antimony Sb in vegetable crops growing on the Macleay River Floodplain in Northern New South Wales, Australia. The soils were also extracted using EDTA to assess the potential for this extractant to be used as a predictor of As and Sb uptake in vegetables, and a

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning SW Scotland

Measurement of total antimony and antimony species in mine

Antimony is present in the earths crust at low concentrations 0.20.3 g g 1 but is enriched in coals and some shales. 1,2 Antimony primarily exists in two oxidation states III and V in soils and sediments but bacteria and fungi are known to produce di and trimethyl antimony species. 35 Antimony concentrations in the

THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE SOILS

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase

Antimony and Its Effects on the Components of Environment

Antimony, arsenic and lead distribution in soils and plants of an agricultural area impacted by former mining activities. Science of the Total Environment , 439, 3543. An, Y. J. and Kim, M. 2009 .

Antimony Compounds US EPA

Antimony is a silverywhite metal that is found in the earth 39s 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

In Vivo Validation of the Unied BARGE Method to Assess the

ABSTRACT: 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 25000 mg kg1 As, 18 to 60000 mg kg 1Sb, 20 to 184 mg kg Cd, and 1460 to 40214 mg kg1 Pb. The

Bioaccumulation of Antimony and Arsenic in Vegetables and

Heavy metal pollution in soils caused by mining and smelting has attracted worldwide attention for its potential health risks to residents. This paper studies the concentrations and accumulations of Sb and As in both soils and vegetables and the human health risks of Sb and As in vegetables from Xikuangshan XKS Sb mine, Hunan, China. Results showed that the soils were severely polluted by Sb

Response of Soil Microbial Communities to Elevated Antimony

Mining of sulfide ore deposits containing metalloids, such as antimony and arsenic, has introduced serious soil contamination around the world, posing severe threats to food safety and human health. Hence, it is important to understand the behavior and composition of the microbial communities that control the mobilization or sequestration of

In Vivo Validation of the Unified BARGE Method to Assess the

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.

Environmental trace metal contamination in Kellogg, Idaho

Atmospheric dust deposition on soils around an abandoned fluorite mine Hammam Zriba, NE Tunisia . Environmental Research 2017, 158, 153166. DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2017.05.032. Yasuo Mitsui Nakamaru, Francisco Jos Martn Peinado. Effect of soil organic matter on antimony bioavailability after the remediation process.

THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE SOILS

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase

Antimony and Its Effects on the Components of Environment

Antimony, arsenic and lead distribution in soils and plants of an agricultural area impacted by former mining activities. Science of the Total Environment , 439, 3543. An, Y. J. and Kim, M. 2009 .

Determination of chemical form of antimony in contaminated

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Flynn HC, Meharg AA, Bowyer PK, Paton GI. Environ Pollut, 1 :93100 MED: 12683986 Metal contamination of farming soils

Title: Biosensor assessment of arsenic and antimony

Mining and smelting activities are a major source of arsenic and antimony contamination in the environment. These contaminants have been neglected when such sites are investigated, hence there is a need for their environmental impacts to be assessed. An understanding of bioavailability underpins any such assessment.

Bioaccumulation of Antimony and Arsenic in Vegetables and

Heavy metal pollution in soils caused by mining and smelting has attracted worldwide attention for its potential health risks to residents. This paper studies the concentrations and accumulations of Sb and As in both soils and vegetables and the human health risks of Sb and As in vegetables from Xikuangshan XKS Sb mine, Hunan, China. Results showed that the soils were severely polluted by Sb

Urban Mining English : literature antimony

A study in the abandoned antimony mine in Goesdorf, Luxembourg. Science oft he Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Environmental Pollution 124, 93100.

Review on The Remediation of Heavy Metal Antimony

Ku W. Z., Zhao Y. L., Lei C. X. et al 2012 Heavy metal pollution in soils and characteristics of heavy metal accumulation of domi nant plants in antimony mining area J. Chinese Journal of Environmental Engineering 6 37743780. Google Scholar

CSIRO PUBLISHING Environmental Chemistry

Environmental context. Antimony Sb is a natural trace element with several industrial appli ions and anthropogenic emissions can increase Sb concentrations in the environment. In order to assess the potential risks of elevated antimony concentrations to aquatic and terrestrial organisms, toxicity thresholds must be known and environmental criteria defined. Setting such criteria for

Original Research Speciation Analysis and Ecological Risk

pollute soils. 2 Xikuangshan is named capital of antimony in the world and its antimony reserves rank the first in the world, accounting for 60 of global Sb yields. The southwest extending anticlinal strata contain 2.5 to 8mthick threelayer deposits, and about 14 km2 of the mining area is exposed 3 .

Open Archive TOULOUSE Archive Ouverte OATAO

Metal bioavailability can be expressed as the part of the total soil metal content that can interact with living organisms 45 . Generally, metal availability to plants and other living organisms in the soil is controlled by the pseudoequilibrium between aque ous and solid soil phases 45 . Part of the soil metal introduced

THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE SOILS

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase

SOIL BIOAVAILABILITY ASSESSMENT: THE EXAMPLE OF ANTIMONY

soil solution chemistry For Sb: ATO most relevant substance, but ageing required PNEC soil 99 mg/kg based on total soil Sb, PNEC soil 37 mg/kg when corrected for incomplete dissolution Little data on Sb speciation/bioavailability, but it is assumed that ionic metal ions react differently e.g. binding on soil reactive sites

Measurement of total antimony and antimony species in mine

This paper describes the measurement of total antimony and antimony species in real world mine contaminated sediments using ICPMS and HPLCICPMS.Low and high temperature microwave extraction procedures 90 C and 150 C, respectively using a range of nitrichydrochloric acid combinations were examined as to their efficacy to extract antimony from six mine contaminated soils and a

The Release of Antimony from Mine Dump Soils in the Presence

Antimony Sb , a potentially toxic metalloid, has recently attracted increasing attention in environmental sciences 15 . Particularly strong soil enrichment with antimony was recorded from the sites of contemporary or historical mining and processing of antimony or arsenic ores 3,6,7 , with the highest concentrations of Sb occurring in

Urban Mining English : literature antimony

A study in the abandoned antimony mine in Goesdorf, Luxembourg. Science oft he Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Environmental Pollution 124, 93100.

Effect of organic matter on arsenic V and antimony V

Yasuo Mitsui Nakamaru, Francisco Jos Martn Peinado, Effect of soil organic matter on antimony bioavailability after the remediation process, Environmental Pollution, 10.1016/j.envpol.2017.05.042, 228, 425432 , 2017 .

BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS INTRODUCTION USGS

metalloids, including arsenic, antimony, and selenium, in the natural environment is of great concern Adriano, 1986 1992 , particularly near former mine sites, dumps, tailing piles, and impoundments, but also in urban areas and industrial centers. Soil, sediment, water, and organic materials in these areas may contain higher than average

Original Research Speciation Analysis and Ecological Risk

pollute soils. 2 Xikuangshan is named capital of antimony in the world and its antimony reserves rank the first in the world, accounting for 60 of global Sb yields. The southwest extending anticlinal strata contain 2.5 to 8mthick threelayer deposits, and about 14 km2 of the mining area is exposed 3 .

Environmental impact of mining Wikipedia

Environmental impacts of mining can occur at local, regional, and global scales through direct and indirect mining practices. Impacts can result in erosion, sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, or the contamination of soil, groundwater, and surface water by the chemicals emitted from mining processes.

Influence of Soil Phosphate on the Accumulation and Toxicity

Increased soil PO 4 3 had no clear influence on the bioavailability of As or Sb derived from a sequential extraction procedure . At high PO 4 3 concentration, B. chinensis accumulated higher amounts of As in the shoots and roots in both individual and cocontaminated soil, whereas Sb accumulation increased only when Sb was the only

Measurement of total antimony and antimony species in mine

This paper describes the measurement of total antimony and antimony species in real world mine contaminated sediments using ICPMS and HPLCICPMS.Low and high temperature microwave extraction procedures 90 C and 150 C, respectively using a range of nitrichydrochloric acid combinations were examined as to their efficacy to extract antimony from six mine contaminated soils and a

SOIL BIOAVAILABILITY ASSESSMENT: THE EXAMPLE OF ANTIMONY

soil solution chemistry For Sb: ATO most relevant substance, but ageing required PNEC soil 99 mg/kg based on total soil Sb, PNEC soil 37 mg/kg when corrected for incomplete dissolution Little data on Sb speciation/bioavailability, but it is assumed that ionic metal ions react differently e.g. binding on soil reactive sites

Human biomonitoring of arsenic and antimony in case of an

Part of the northern Palatinate region in Germany is characterized by elevated levels of arsenic and antimony in the soil due to the presence of ore sources and former mining activities. In a biomonitoring study, 218 residents were investigated for a putative increased intake of these elements.

The Release of Antimony from Mine Dump Soils in the Presence

Antimony Sb , a potentially toxic metalloid, has recently attracted increasing attention in environmental sciences 15 . Particularly strong soil enrichment with antimony was recorded from the sites of contemporary or historical mining and processing of antimony or arsenic ores 3,6,7 , with the highest concentrations of Sb occurring in

The Release of Antimony from Mine Dump Soils in the Presence

Antimony Sb , a potentially toxic metalloid, has recently attracted increasing attention in environmental sciences 1,2,3,4,5 .Particularly strong soil enrichment with antimony was recorded from the sites of contemporary or historical mining and processing of antimony or arsenic ores 3,6,7 , with the highest concentrations of Sb occurring in mine dumps.

Alternative Methods for the Evaluation of Bioavailability of

Provide better tools to assess health risks at minescarred lands MSL that allow use of bioavailability RBA in risk assessment and risk management decisions by: Developing cost effective methods to determine arsenic bioavailability: Improve correlation between in vitro and in vivo methods through

OCCURRENCE OF ARSENIC AND ANTIMONY IN WATER, SOIL AND

Contents of arsenic and antimony in collected soil, ochre sediment, water and plant samples from both sampling sites of the surroundings of the mines Sirkov and Budcnos are shown in Tabs. 1 and 2. According to results, elevated contents of both arsenic and antimony are in all water samples mine waters .

Soil Remediation in Mining Polluted Areas

arsenate by soil oxides and oxyhydroxides Fe, Al, Mn is caused by the formation of innersphere complexes Fendorf et al., 1997 , which is favoured to low pH, in consequence, soil amendments increasing the soil pH may results in As mobilization. Very little is known about the chemical behaviour of antimony in soils. Soluble fraction is

Original Research Speciation Analysis and Ecological Risk

pollute soils. 2 Xikuangshan is named capital of antimony in the world and its antimony reserves rank the first in the world, accounting for 60 of global Sb yields. The southwest extending anticlinal strata contain 2.5 to 8mthick threelayer deposits, and about 14 km2 of the mining area is exposed 3 .

Influence of Soil Phosphate on the Accumulation and Toxicity

Increased soil PO 4 3 had no clear influence on the bioavailability of As or Sb derived from a sequential extraction procedure . At high PO 4 3 concentration, B. chinensis accumulated higher amounts of As in the shoots and roots in both individual and cocontaminated soil, whereas Sb accumulation increased only when Sb was the only

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