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Title: Arsenic speciation and diffusion flux in Danshuei Estuary sediments, Northern Taiwan.
Authors: Tien-Hsi Fang
Ying-Siou Chen
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋環境資訊學系
Keywords: Arsenic speciation
Sequential extraction method
Redox potential
Diffusion flux
Date: 2015-12
Issue Date: 2017-01-12T01:23:57Z
Publisher: Marine Pollution Bulletin
Abstract: Abstract: Sedimentary As, Fe and Mn species in core sediments from the Danshuei Estuary, an anoxic estuary, were studied using a five-sequential extraction method followed by chemical analyses of these elements. The sediment texture, redox potential and dissolved concentrations of these elements in pore water were also determined. Dissolved As diffusion flux was also calculated. Higher concentrations of sedimentary As were found at the middle and lower estuary stations. The sedimentary As species in the samples were dominated by three fractions: amorphous and poorly-crystalline; and well crystallized hydrous oxides of Fe and Al; and residual phases, accounting for 90% of the total As pool. The geochemical behavior of sedimentary As in the Danshuei Estuary is strongly influenced by the redox potential and Fe oxides. The dissolved As concentrations in pore water correlated inversely with the redox potential. The sediment served as a source of dissolved As and the diffusion flux ranged from 0.047–0.35 μg cm− 2 y− 1.
Relation: 101(1)
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/40001
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