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Comparison among the in vitro solubility of Cu in these two products was conducted in the previous experiments (Pang and Applegate, 2006; 2007).
1 was conducted to determine the solubility of Cu in five sources of Cu at pH 2.
Solubility (%) = [the weight of dissolved Cu (mg) /the weight of Cu in sample (mg)] x 100
2 was conducted to determine the solubility of Cu in five sources of Cu during the 3-step in vitro digestion assay for pigs.
This can also occur in sandy textured soils with a low organic matter (OM) content due to the low amounts of Cu in the parent material (Loneragan et al.
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.
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.
Given the relatively low concentration of fine aluminosilicate and oxide minerals, sorption of Cu in the study soil may be largely due to interaction with solid-phase organic matter.
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.
35 cu ins, first in the intermediate leeks and the top three dahlia positions and had best leek in show.