Arsenic Dissolution and Speciation in Groundwater: review paper

지하수에서 비소의 용해 및 분리(speciation): 리뷰

  • Kim Myoung-Jin (Division of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea Maritime University)
  • 김명진 (한국해양대하교 건설 환경공학부)
  • Published : 2005.12.01

Abstract

This review deals with arsenic chemistry and its occurrence in groundwater. Specifically, the paper gives an overview regarding chemical and physical properties of arsenic species, oxidation of As(III), geochemical processes related to the fate and transport of arsenic, arsenic leaching from soil, and mechanism of arsenic leaching from arsenic-containing minerals.

Keywords

arsenic;dissolution;speciation;groundwater;geochemistry

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