Instrumental Multi-Element Chemical Analysis

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The structure of arsenate and arsenite adsorption and co-precipitation on iron oxide has been investigated using a variety of approaches ( Fuller et al. 1993; Hsia et al. 1994; Manceau 1995; Waychunas et al. 1993, 1995, 1996; Sun and Doner 1996, 1998; Jain et al. 1999 ). A substance which is oxidized is said to be a reducing agent (because it reduces something else) and vice versa. Radioactive decay occurs when changes in N and Z of an unstable nuclide cause the trans-formation of an atom of one nuclide into that of another, more stable nuclide; these radioactive nuclides are called unstable nuclides (denoted as the non-shaded nuclides in Figure 2.1 ).

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Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 31, 1998)

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