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Numerous studies have been undertaken to study the mobility of Cu in contaminated soils or in soils treated with sewage sludge and inorganic Cu sources (Pietrzak and McPhail 2004; Yu et al.
Salam and El-Fadel (2008) studied the downward movement and availability of Cu in soils irrigated with CuS[0.
Column and greenhouse experiments with a neutral soil were carried out to study: (;) the downward movement and leaching of eight commercial fertilisers containing different Cu sources: inorganic and organic, natural and synthetic; (ii) the evolution of the distribution of Cu in different forms within the soil solid phase; and (Hi) the response of a triticale crop to the different Cu fertilisers.
DTPA-extractable Cu in soil was extracted according to Lindsay and Norvell (1978).
The shapes of the curves for the leached Cu suggest the movement of a pulse of Cu through the columns and show maximum values for leached Cu in the fifth portion of the collected leachate which corresponded to the 0.
2009), found that adding EDTA as a chelator effectively increased the mobility of Cu in soils.
The objective of this study was to examine the sorption-desorption and leaching behaviour of Cu in a Podosol soil from south-east Queensland, Australia.
In order to determine the importance of organic mauer as a sorbent for Cu in the study soil, a sorption isotherm was created following selective removal of soil organic matter.
4% of aqueous Cu in the equilibrium solutions from the desorption experiment was present as Cu-DOC complexes.
This indicates that native Cu in the study soil is relatively unavailable, and is retained via complexation reactions with solid-phase organic matter.
Aspects of the partitioning behaviour of Cu in the study soil have been examined with the use of batch-type experiments as described in the present study and in Burton et al.
Many researchers promote using Cu in combination with other alloys such as Sn, Cr, Mo, Ni and V, creating a synergistic effect of the various alloying combination that is over and above the additive effects of the individual alloys.