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Environmental contextIdentifying the source and stimuli responsible for organic ligands in seawater is crucial to understanding trace metal availability. Voltammetric techniques were employed to characterise the water chemistry of seaweed cultures exposed to low levels of Cu or Zn over 7 days....
Environmental contextThe electrochemical detection of many sulfur compounds in natural waters is based on the deposition of a HgS layer at the Hg electrode. In samples containing metal ions in excess of sulfide species, electrochemical exchange reactions between the HgS and the metal ion produce...
Environmental contextThe dramatic change in physical and chemical characteristics that substances experience at reduced length scales (1100nm), together with a potential risk of ecotoxicity, are two of the reasons for the scientific interest in nanoparticles. The current understanding of the...
Environmental contextIn anoxic environments FeS is both an important mediator in the Fe and S biogeochemical cycles and plays a vital role in controlling the scavenging and availability of many trace metals. Electrochemical detection of colloidal and particulate FeS in natural waters can be done...
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