Speciation and migration of 129I in soil profiles

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Speciation and migration of 129I in soil profiles

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Elsevier Ltd.
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  • Residue
  • A Method Has Been Developed For Speciation Analysis Of Ultra Low Level 129I In Soil Using Sequential
  • Two Loess Profiles Collected From Northwest China Were Analyzed For Species Of 129I And 127I
  • Similar Partitioning Of 129I And 127I Was Observed In The Loess Profiles
  • The Distribution Of Iodine Isotopes Followed An Order Of Organic &Gt
  • Leachable &Gt
  • Reducible &Gt
  • The 129I Concentrations And 129I/127I Ratios Decreased Exponentially With The Depth
  • And 2 Orders Of Magnitude Lower In The Deepest Layer (60 And 90 Cm) Compared With The Top Layer
  • Indicating A Significant Contribution Of Anthropogenic Input In The Upper Layer
  • And High Retention Of 129I In Soil
  • The Mobility Of 129I In Different Fractions Decreased In An Order Of Leachable &Gt
  • Organic &Gt
  • Oxides &Gt
  • The Results Suggest That Migration Of Iodine Downwards In The Soil Profile Is A Slow Process
  • The Oxides And Residue Are The Less Mobile Fractions Of Iodine

Abstract

Speciation and migration of 129I in soil profiles - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Speciation and migration of 129I in soil profiles - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Luo, M., Hou, X., Zhou, W., He, C., Chen, N., Liu, Q., & Zhang, L. (2013). Speciation and migration of 129I in soil profiles. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 118, 30-39. 10.1016/j.jenvrad.2012.11.011

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