The potential loss of dissolved mercury and selenium in marine experimentation

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Glicstein, N. (1979). The potential loss of dissolved mercury and selenium in marine experimentation. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 10(6). doi:10.1016/0025-326X(79)90419-3
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TitleThe potential loss of dissolved mercury and selenium in marine experimentation
AuthorsN. Glicstein
AbstractRadioisotope tracers were used to determine the concentrations of mercury and selenium dissolved in seawater during experimental procedures. Hg is shown to be subject to continuous volatilization and surface adsorption. Dissolved nannogram quantities of selenium exhibit a similar pattern after 40 h. Microgram concentrations of Se are stable throughout the 90 h measurement.
JournalMarine Pollution Bulletin
Date1979
Volume10
Issue6
ISSN0025326X
Subjectsmercury, radioisotope, sea water, selenium, methodology
NoteCited By (since 1996):2, Oceanography, CODEN: MPNBA

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