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The kinetics of the formation of the purple-colored species between FeIII-EDTA and peroxynitrite were studied as a function of pH (10.4–12.3) at 22°C in aqueous solutions using a stopped-flow technique. A purple-colored species was immediately formed upon mixing, which had an absorbance maximum...
Understanding the identity and stability of the hydrolysis products of metals is required in order to predict their behavior in natural aquatic systems. Despite this need, the hydrolysis constants of many metals are only known over a limited range of temperature and ionic strengths. In this...
Utilizing a sequential extraction technique this study provides the first quantitative analysis on the abundance of sedimentary phosphorus and its partitioning between chemically distinguishable phases in sediments of the Bering Sea, the Chukchi Sea and the Mackenzie River Delta in the western...
In the aquatic geochemical literature, a redox half-reaction is normally written for a multi-electron process (n > 2); e.g., sulfide oxidation to sulfate. When coupling two multi-electron half-reactions, thermodynamic calculations indicate possible reactivity, and the coupled half-reactions are...
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