Speciation of thallium in river sediments by consecutive leaching techniques View Full Text


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1992-05

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Manfred Sager

ABSTRACT

Freshwater sediments, non-polluted with respect to thallium, have been submitted to two independent sequential leaching procedures. Small concentrations require graphite furnace AAS measurements. The sensitivity of graphite furnace AAS is significantly lowered by matrix effects from both the reagent solutions, and also dissolved Ca, Mg, Fe and P. Separation and enrichment from acetate buffer, dithionite buffer, as well as from NaOH and HNO3 after neutralization, can be achieved by coprecipitation with MnO2. Hydroxylamine in acetic acid as well as oxalate has to be destroyed by oxidation with H2O2, catalyzed by Pd. From NH4Cl and HCl, Tl is not coprecipitated with MnO2. It can be however, separated, by liquid-liquid extraction from 1M HCl into butyl acetate. As a result of the leaching sequence, Tl is found largely in the nitric-acid leachable, and the oxalate-leachable fractions. In the alternative sequence it is evenly distributed among alkali-mobile and acid-mobile fractions. Soluble thallium was completely adsorbed by the sediments from tap water overnight. In subsequent sequential leaching, it was found highly exchangeable at pH 7 against ammonium chloride or ammonium acetate. More... »

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241-251

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    Microchimica Acta

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    3-6

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    106

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