antimony bioavailability in mine soils

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils - ScienceDirect

Jul 01, 2003  This study applies three biosensors, previously used to report on arsenic contamination in Chilean soils (Flynn et al., 2002), to investigating the bioavailability of antimony in soils from five former mining sites in the UK. The results highlight the problems of co-contamination, the low bioavailability of antimony, and illustrate the ...

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Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. ... This suggests that soil contamination by Sb due to mining and smelting operations is not a severe risk to the environment or human health provided that it is present as immobile species and contaminated sites are not used for purposes which increase the threat of exposure to identified receptors ...

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Jul 01, 2003  title = "Antimony bioavailability in mine soils", abstract = "Five British former mining and smelting sites were investigated and found to have levels of total Sb of up to 700 mg kg(-1), indicating high levels of contamination which could be potentially harmful.

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Soil samples were taken from The results highlight the problems of co-contamination, these turfs using a 1 cm diameter core borer, oven dried the low bioavailability of antimony, and illustrate the at 85–90 C overnight and then ground in a ball mill for limitations of an As/Sb specific sensor to report on 1.5 min. antimony speciation.

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Request PDF Antimony bioavailability in mine soils Five British former mining and smelting sites were investigated and found to have levels of total Sb of up to 700 mg kg(-1), indicating high ...

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an ...

Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland) J Environ Sci Health A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng . 2007 Jul 15;42(9):1263-74. doi: 10.1080/10934520701435585.

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland) August 2007 Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 42(9):1263-74

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Dec 04, 2010  (2007). Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland) Journal of Environmental Science

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THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE ...

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase ...

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Microbial diversity in soils from antimony mining sites ...

Feb 24, 2020  Antimony (Sb) is a naturally occurring metalloid capable of forming toxic products, is a suspected carcinogen (Gebel 1997; ATSDR 2019) and has been classed as a priority substance (ATSDR, 2017).Antimony can be enriched in soils as a result of the mobilization of antimony from minerals and waste antimony ore and activities including mining, mineral smelting and the use of

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Bioaccessibility of antimony and arsenic in highly ...

1. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2014 Dec;110:308-15. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2014.09.009. Epub 2014 Oct 14. Bioaccessibility of antimony and arsenic in highly polluted soils of the mine area and health risk assessment associated with oral ingestion exposure.

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland) August 2007 Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 42(9):1263-74

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THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE ...

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase ...

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland)

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Measurement of total antimony and antimony species in mine ...

Antimony is present in the earth’s crust at low concentrations (0.2–0.3 µg g –1) but is enriched in coals and some shales. 1,2 Antimony primarily exists in two oxidation states (III and V) in soils and sediments but bacteria and fungi are known to produce di- and tri-methyl antimony species. 3–5 Antimony concentrations in the ...

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Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony

The studies in Table 4.1 are sorted by bioavailability score and all study results with a bioavailability score of one or two were used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL for antimony. Three studies are used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL according to the Eco-SSL guidance (U.S. EPA, 2003).

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Microbial diversity in soils from antimony mining sites ...

Antimony (Sb) is a naturally occurring metalloid capable of forming toxic products, is a suspected carcinogen (Gebel 1997; ATSDR 2019) and has been classed as a priority substance (ATSDR, 2017).Antimony can be enriched in soils as a result of the mobilization of antimony from minerals and waste antimony ore and activities including mining, mineral smelting and the use of drugs and

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Bioaccumulation of Antimony and Arsenic in Vegetables and ...

Heavy metal pollution in soils caused by mining and smelting has attracted worldwide attention for its potential health risks to residents. This paper studies the concentrations and accumulations of Sb and As in both soils and vegetables and the human health risks of Sb and As in vegetables from Xikuangshan (XKS) Sb mine, Hunan, China. Results showed that the soils were severely polluted by Sb ...

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Influence of Soil Properties and Aging on Antimony ...

The toxicity of Sb is closely related to its speciation and bioavailability in soils, which in turn were significantly influenced by soil properties (Shangguan et al. 2016).Sb(III) has been reported to be initially released in the environment (Hu et al. 2014) to exhibit higher toxicity than Sb(V) (Cui et al. 2015).However, Sb(V) is the predominant species in soil even under strongly reduced ...

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BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS INTRODUCTION - USGS

metalloids, including arsenic, antimony, and selenium, in the natural environment is of great concern (Adriano, 1986; 1992), particularly near former mine sites, dumps, tailing piles, and impoundments, but also in urban areas and industrial centers. Soil, sediment, water, and organic materials in these areas may contain higher than average

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In Vivo Validation of the Unified BARGE Method to Assess ...

ABSTRACT: The relative bioavailability of arsenic, antimony, cadmium, and lead for the ingestion pathway was measured in 16 soils contaminated by either smelting or mining activities using a juvenile swine model. The soils contained 18 to 25000 mg kg−1 As, 18 to 60000 mg kg −1Sb, 20 to 184 mg kg Cd, and 1460 to 40214 mg kg−1 Pb. The ...

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Mineralogic Constraints on the Bioavailability of Arsenic ...

Superfund risk assessments and the resulting soil arsenic (As) cleanup levels selected for mining sites are currently based on the toxicity of soluble As in drinking water. However, Anaconda soils and house dusts contain less soluble smelter-related As phases, consisting primarily of metal−arsenic oxides and phosphates. If accidentally ingested, As bioaccessibility is restricted by the ...

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Insights into the fate of antimony (Sb) in contaminated ...

Jan 24, 2021  The effect of long-term ageing (up to 700 days) on the mobility, potential bioavailability and bioaccessibility of antimony (Sb) was investigated in two soils (S1: pH 8.2; S2: pH 4.9) spiked with two Sb concentrations (100 and 1000 mgkg-1).The Sb mobility decreased with ageing as highlighted by sequential extraction, while its residual fraction significantly increased.

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Distribution and speciation of Sb and toxic metal(loid)s ...

Antimony bioavailability in mine soils journal, July 2003. Flynn, Helen C.; Meharg, Andy A.; Bowyer, Phillipa K. Environmental Pollution, Vol. 124, Issue 1; DOI: 10.1016/S0269-7491(02)00411-6; Oxidation of antimony (III) in soil by manganese (IV) oxide using X

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Bioavailability of arsenic and antimony in soils from an abandoned mining area, Glendinning (SW Scotland)

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THE SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF ANTIMONY IN THE ...

Sampling and analyzing the soil samples near antimony mine area,the distribution,speciation and bioavailability of antimony in the soils were assessed.The results showed that the soils were heavily polluted by the antimony from the antimony mine and antimony smelter.The speciation of antimony in soil has following distribution order:residual phaseFe/Mn hydrous oxides,organic/sulphidic phase ...

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Insights into the fate of antimony (Sb) in contaminated ...

Jan 24, 2021  The effect of long-term ageing (up to 700 days) on the mobility, potential bioavailability and bioaccessibility of antimony (Sb) was investigated in two soils (S1: pH 8.2; S2: pH 4.9) spiked with two Sb concentrations (100 and 1000 mgkg-1).The Sb mobility decreased with ageing as highlighted by sequential extraction, while its residual fraction significantly increased.

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Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony

The studies in Table 4.1 are sorted by bioavailability score and all study results with a bioavailability score of one or two were used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL for antimony. Three studies are used to derive the soil invertebrate Eco-SSL according to the Eco-SSL guidance (U.S. EPA, 2003).

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Bioaccumulation of Antimony and Arsenic in Vegetables and ...

Heavy metal pollution in soils caused by mining and smelting has attracted worldwide attention for its potential health risks to residents. This paper studies the concentrations and accumulations of Sb and As in both soils and vegetables and the human health risks of Sb and As in vegetables from Xikuangshan (XKS) Sb mine, Hunan, China. Results showed that the soils were severely polluted by Sb ...

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Urban Mining (English): literature antimony

A study in the abandoned antimony mine in Goesdorf, Luxembourg. Science oft he Total Environment 407, 6205-6216. ... Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Environmental Pollution 124, 93-100. ... ation and availability of antimony (Sb) in soils and terrestrial plants from an active Sb mining area. Environmental Pollution

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Antimony bioavailability: Knowledge and research perspectives for ... a non­exhaustive example, its concentration in mining site, mine tailing, industrial soil (battery recycling factory), shooting range, road side soil, and road dusts can reach, respectively, (in mgkg−1):

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BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS INTRODUCTION - USGS

metalloids, including arsenic, antimony, and selenium, in the natural environment is of great concern (Adriano, 1986; 1992), particularly near former mine sites, dumps, tailing piles, and impoundments, but also in urban areas and industrial centers. Soil, sediment, water, and organic materials in these areas may contain higher than average

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Relative Bioavailability and Bioaccessibility and ...

Nov 01, 2011  Speciation of As in soil, concentrations of other metals or metalloids, and other soil properties (e.g., pH and mineralogy) can affect the bioavailability of soil As and the amount available for systemic disposition [Kelly et al. 2002; National Research Council (NRC) 2003; U.S. EPA 2007b]. Because even small adjustments in soil As ...

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Mineralogic Constraints on the Bioavailability of Arsenic ...

Superfund risk assessments and the resulting soil arsenic (As) cleanup levels selected for mining sites are currently based on the toxicity of soluble As in drinking water. However, Anaconda soils and house dusts contain less soluble smelter-related As phases, consisting primarily of metal−arsenic oxides and phosphates. If accidentally ingested, As bioaccessibility is restricted by the ...

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Environmental impact of mining - Wikipedia

Environmental impacts of mining can occur at local, regional, and global scales through direct and indirect mining practices. Impacts can result in erosion, sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, or the contamination of soil, groundwater, and surface water by the chemicals emitted from mining processes. These processes also have an impact on the atmosphere from the emissions of carbon which have ...

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Environmental context. Antimony (Sb) is a natural trace element with several industrial applications and anthropogenic emissions can increase Sb concentrations in the environment. In order to assess the potential risks of elevated antimony concentrations to aquatic and terrestrial organisms, toxicity thresholds must be known and environmental criteria defined. Setting such criteria for ...

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Determination of chemical form of antimony in contaminated ...

Jul 01, 2005  Antimony bioavailability in mine soils. Flynn HC, Meharg AA, Bowyer PK, Paton GI. Environ Pollut, (1):93-100 MED: 12683986 Metal contamination of farming soils affected by industry. Loska K, Wiechula D, Korus I. Environ Int, (2):159-165 MED: 14749104 Show 10 more references (10 of

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Arsenic (As), antimony (Sb), and lead (Pb) availability ...

Jan 29, 2014  Soils from old Au-mine tailings (La Petite Faye, France) were investigated in relation to the natural vegetation cover to evaluate the risk of metals and metalloids (Pb, As, Sb) mobilizing and their potential transfer to native plants (Graminea, Betula pendula, Pteridium aquilinum, Equisetum telmateia). The soils are classified as Technosols with high contamination levels of As, Pb, and Sb ...

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