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Titel (primär) Accelerated fractionation of heavy metals in contaminated soils and sediments using rotating coiled columns
Autor Fedotov, P.S.; Zavarzina, A.G.; Spivakov, B.Y.; Wennrich, R.; Mattusch, J.; Titze, K.P.C.; Demin, V.V.
Journal / Serie Journal of Environmental Monitoring
Erscheinungsjahr 2002
Department ANA
Band/Volume 4
Heft 2
Seite von 318
Seite bis 324
Sprache englisch
Abstract A new approach to performing an accelerated sequential extraction of trace elements from solid samples has been proposed. It has been shown that rotating coiled columns (RCC) earlier used in counter-current chromatography can be successfully applied to the dynamic leaching of heavy metals from soils and sediments. A solid sample was retained in the rotating column as the stationary phase under the action of centrifugal forces while different eluents (aqueous solutions of complexing reagents, mineral salts and acids) were continuously pumped through. The procedure developed is time saving and requires only 4–5 h instead of the several days needed for traditional sequential extraction (TSE), complete automation being possible. Losses of solid sample are minimal. In most cases the recoveries of readily bioavailable and leachable forms of Pb, Zn, and Cd are higher, if a dynamic extraction in RCC is used. Since naturally occurring processes are always dynamic, continuous extraction in RCC may help to estimate the contents of leachable forms and their potential risk for the environment more correctly than batch TSE. The Kersten–Foerstner and McLaren–Crawford leaching schemes have been compared, the former has been found to be preferable.
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Fedotov, P.S., Zavarzina, A.G., Spivakov, B.Y., Wennrich, R., Mattusch, J., Titze, K.P.C., Demin, V.V. (2002):
Accelerated fractionation of heavy metals in contaminated soils and sediments using rotating coiled columns
J. Environ. Monit. 4 (2), 318 - 324