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Lead in dark chestnut soil in mono- and multi element contamination


For the first time in the dark chestnut soil of Semipalatinsk Priirtyshye the peculiarities of the content and distribution of forms of lead compounds, depending on the type and level of contamination are developed. It is shown that in unpolluted soil significant part of the metal components of the soil firmly fixed. It is found that during the initial ratio of soil pollution forms of the element changes. The differences in the absorption of the metal mold with different types and levels of pollution, as well as the predominant mechanism of immobilization element soil components.


soil; soil components; heavy metals; forms of lead compounds; mono- and multi element pollution.

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