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Title (Primary) Size and phase fractionation of water components by membrane filtration - Distribution patterns for arsenic, iron and manganese in aqueous effluents of tin ore settling plant
Author Wennrich, R.; Mattusch, J.; Morgenstern, P.; Dzherayan, T.G.; Shkinev, V.M.; Spivakov, B.T.
Journal Fresenius Journal of Analytical Chemistry
Year 1997
Department ANA; SANA
Volume 359
Issue 2
Page From 161
Page To 166
Language englisch
Keywords aquatic humic substances; ultrafiltration
Abstract

The possibility of on-line membrane size-fractionation of water components and simultaneous separation of particulate and dissolved matter at each filtration stage has been shown. The distribution patterns have been studied for As, Fe and Mn in effluent samples of tin ore tailings (Altenberg, Saxony, Germany). The seepage composition is characterized by high concentrations of Fe and As. The particulate and dissolved components were separated in five fractions between 0.025 and 8 μm. It was suggested that the distribution patterns of As and Fe compounds depend on the chemical conditions at the sampling sites. Manganese exists mainly in solvated forms in the liquid fractions.

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Wennrich, R., Mattusch, J., Morgenstern, P., Dzherayan, T.G., Shkinev, V.M., Spivakov, B.T. (1997):
Size and phase fractionation of water components by membrane filtration - Distribution patterns for arsenic, iron and manganese in aqueous effluents of tin ore settling plant
Fresen. J. Anal. Chem. 359 (2), 161 - 166