Arsenic biovolatilization from soil

A global phenomenon?

Adrien Mestrot, T. Plantevin, M. Hossain, M. R. Islam, G. Roman-Ross, E. M. Krupp, J. Feldmann, A. A. Meharg

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Abstract

Arsenic biovolatilization in the environment is a scarcely studied phenomenon which seems to be an important pathway to the atmosphere [1]. Using a recently validated chemotrapping technique involving silver nitrate impregnated silica-gel tubes [2], we propose here to unravel what appears
to be a ubiquitous mechanism.
Original languageEnglish
PagesA703
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2010

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Mestrot, A., Plantevin, T., Hossain, M., Islam, M. R., Roman-Ross, G., Krupp, E. M., ... Meharg, A. A. (2010). Arsenic biovolatilization from soil: A global phenomenon?. A703.

Arsenic biovolatilization from soil : A global phenomenon? / Mestrot, Adrien; Plantevin, T.; Hossain, M.; Islam, M. R.; Roman-Ross, G.; Krupp, E. M.; Feldmann, J.; Meharg, A. A.

2010. A703.

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Mestrot, A, Plantevin, T, Hossain, M, Islam, MR, Roman-Ross, G, Krupp, EM, Feldmann, J & Meharg, AA 2010, 'Arsenic biovolatilization from soil: A global phenomenon?' pp. A703.
Mestrot A, Plantevin T, Hossain M, Islam MR, Roman-Ross G, Krupp EM et al. Arsenic biovolatilization from soil: A global phenomenon?. 2010.
Mestrot, Adrien ; Plantevin, T. ; Hossain, M. ; Islam, M. R. ; Roman-Ross, G. ; Krupp, E. M. ; Feldmann, J. ; Meharg, A. A. / Arsenic biovolatilization from soil : A global phenomenon?. 1 p.
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