Uranium sorption onto natural sediments within a small stream in central Japan View Full Text


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DATE

2008-12

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Mitsuo Manaka, Yoji Seki, Koichi Okuzawa, Yoshio Watanabe

ABSTRACT

In this study, we surveyed the uranium (U) load in stream water within a humid forest in Japan, and clarified the fact that changes in U load depended on the amount of sediment accumulated behind dams constructed along the stream. To elucidate the relationship between U and the accumulated sediments, we conducted U sorption experiments in the laboratory using stream water and sampled sediments. The chemistry of the stream water was analyzed in the field for pH, electrical conductivity (EC), and temperature, as well as laboratory analyses via inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). We determined the amount of organic material, amorphous material, and total U contents in the sediments. Following the sorption experiments, we analyzed the pH and U concentrations in experimental solutions and determined the distribution coefficients of U for the sediments. The logarithm value of the distribution coefficients of U for amorphous material shows a positive correlation with pH, while the logarithm value of the distribution coefficients of U for organic material is independent of pH (4.7–6.9). Although the logarithm value of the distribution coefficient of U for amorphous material was 0.1–0.5 units larger than the value for organic material, U was effectively removed from the stream water by sorption onto organic material (humic substances and decomposing leaves), because the amount of organic material exceeded that of amorphous material. More... »

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173-183

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Limnology

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3

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9

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