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Equilibrium speciation modelling of copper in seawater.

Brian Wardle

Equilibrium speciation modelling of copper in seawater.

by Brian Wardle

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equilibrium processes. of seawater from its current value of to (Caldeira and Wickett, ). these ions is expected to change the speciation of a number of metal ions in seawater. COPPER CONTENT OF SEA WATER The development of a sodium diethyldithio-carbamate method for determination of small amounts of copper (Callan and Henderson, '29) and the application of this technique to the analysis of sea water (Atkins, '33) stimulated the attempts to determine the exact concentra-tions in which this metal occurs in the ocean.

The pH of aqueous solutions is known to impact the chemical speciation of trace metals. In this study we conducted titrations of coastal seawaters with iron and copper at pH , , and Multicomponent thermodynamic equilibrium speciation modelling has been described in detail (e.g., Morel and Morgan, ), and has been incorporated into publicly available and commercial modelling software (e.g., MINEQL; 1 Westall et al., ).File Size: KB.

The composition and density of surface hydroxyl and carbonate groups on calcite and dolomite after contact at 25 °C with solutions of different pH (3 to 12) and carbonate concentration ( ≤ ∑CO2 ≤ M) were monitored by means of diffuse reflectance infrared (DRIFT) spectroscopy. Both for calcite and dolomite, broad high-intensity absorbance bands at about and cm-1 were Cited by: metals. For example, the speciation of iron and copper in seawater is dominated by complexes with organic compounds and the free, uncomplexed Fe3+ and Cu2+ ions have very low concentrations.. We can ignore higher order complexes involving more than File Size: KB.


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Equilibrium speciation modelling of copper in seawater by Brian Wardle Download PDF EPUB FB2

The properties of a naturally occurring copper-organic complex have been examined. Two binding sites for Equilibrium speciation modelling of copper in seawater. book were found and their protonation and copper-binding properties characterized. The parameters thus obtained have been used to develop a pH-dependent speciation model for dissolved copper in by: An equilibrium speciation model has been derived for copper, glycine, EDTA and NTA in sea and estuarine waters.

The model is based on the ion-pairing model of Dickson and Whitfield () for the major components of seawater, and the derivation has taken advantage of recent measurements on many of the interactions by: There are three basic steps in formulating an equilibrium model for trace constituents in seawater.

The composition of the medium with respect to the major ions must be specified on a conventional concentration scale such as by:   excretion.

nitrogen. nitrogen metabolism. chelates. toxicity. plant physiology. Goals / ObjectivesAlmost all biologically active trace metal cations in seawater are complexed by organic ligands, and complexation is believed to exert an important influence on the geochemistry and biological availability of these elements, many of which are critical micronutrients.

ideally remain in the aqueous phase. The sea water phase is discarded, and the copper in the toluene is quantitatively back extracted into di- lute nitric acid. Ultimately, Cu in the acid frac- tion is determined by GFAAS.

The equilibrium speciation in the perturbed sample may be represented by. Introduction. Copper (Cu) speciation in seawater is dominated by complexation to natural organic ligands (> 99%, Moffett and Dupont, ), which influence the biogeochemical cycling of this important, yet potentially toxic, concentration of the free Cu 2 + ion (Sunda and Guillard, ) in seawater is maintained at non-toxic levels, [Cu 2 +] ≤ 10 − 12 M (Brand et al Cited by: MnO x and POC were then used as the surrogate metal-binding phases in a sediment-water chemical equilibrium model (SCEM).

The apparent equilibrium constants (β sed, Me ⁎) of the SCEM were determined to be 10 ± for Pb (n = 9), 10 ± for Zn (n Author: Li Li, Cuiqin Zhang, Yijun Ren, Franco Pala, Xiaojing Wang, Xiaotong Zhen, Jihua Liu, Xuefa Shi. A conceptualisation of the stochastic copper (Cu) speciation model (SCuSM) used in this study is presented in Fig.

this model, Cu is assumed to form ionic bonds with hydrous (OH −) and carbonate (CO 3 2−) ions, which dominate dissolved inorganic Cu speciation in seawater (Rijstenbil and Gerringa, ).The model also allows for complexation with other dissolved inorganic ligands in Cited by: particular reaction by experiment.

A chemical speciation model uses a database of equilibrium constants, for the reactions of metals, protons (H+) and ligands, to predict the speciation of the metals from the total concentrations of metals and ligands present. For example, the calcium (Ca2+) ions in water can compete with copper for binding.

The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of speciation modelling: speciation modelling software - modelling of species distribution in air, water, soils and sediments - kinetic and/or thermodynamic models If you are looking for something special, please go to the Link Database that will allow for more specific search.

A data base summarising the stability constants of more than complexes is used to calculate speciation pictures for 58 trace elements in model seawater (pH ) and freshwaters (pH 6 and 9).

Consideration of the results provides a general summary of the chemical periodicity of the speciation of trace components in natural by: Equilibrium speciation modelling of copper in sea water. Author: Wardle, Brian. Awarding Body: Manchester Metropolitan University Current Institution: Manchester Metropolitan University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

The solution speciation and saturation state for dissolved Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb in the Black Sea were modeled using a modified version of the MINEQL equilibrium modeling program. The calculations included the effects of major cations and anions, pH, Cited by: Determination of Copper Speciation, Bioavailability and Toxicity in Saltwater Environments.

Tara N. Tait Bachelor of Science, Honours Biomedical Toxicology Co-op, University of Guelph, THESIS Submitted to the Department of Chemistry in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Wilfrid Laurier University.

The objective of this work is to determine experimentally the solubilities and the water activities for aqueous solutions of copper sulfate in seawater at different temperatures and to use this information to represent the solid–liquid equilibrium of a copper-sulfate–sulfuric-acid–seawater system.

In a previous work, the experimental solubility data of copper sulfate in acidic seawater Cited by: 2. The chemical speciation of Zn(II) in seawater has been studied by several workers,73–77 although inorganic speciation of Zn(II) in seawater has been carried out from the initial stage,26,78,79 The conditional stability constants of organic Zn(II) complexes.

This paper reviews the present status of the Pitzer chemical equilibrium model, which can be used to characterize the one-atmosphere activity coefficients of ionic and non-ionic solutes in natural waters as a function of temperature and ionic strength.

The model considers the ionic interactions of the major seasalt ions (H, Na, K, Mg, Ca, Sr, Cl, Br, OH, HCO3, B(OH)4, HSO4, SO4, CO3, CO2, Cited by:   Abstract Determination of chemical speciation of trace metals may help us to better understand the bioavailability and toxicity to living organisms in terrestrial and aquatic environments.

This paper reports the speciation data of cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu), and lead (Pb) in soil solutions sampled from areas around metal smelters. A column ion exchange technique (IET) using a cation exchange Cited by: Final pseudo-equilibrium metal speciation is attained slowly through a series of ligand- and metal-exchange reactions (Hering & Morel, ).

Experimental design (ii) roughly simulates a frequent situation in the natural environment when a pseudochem- ical equilibrium. Approaches to copper speciation in seawater Copper is an essential trace element that is necessary for normal growth and metabolism in marine organisms.

At concentrations above those required for normal physiological processes, copper is potentially toxic (Lewis & Cave ). Knowledge of the chemical speciation that exists in seawater is.

Moffett JW, Zika RG () Solvent extraction of copper acetylacetonate in studies of copper (II) speciation in seawater. Mar Chem – CrossRef Google Scholar Møller N () The prediction of mineral solubilities in natural waters: A chemical equilibrium model for the Na-Ca-Cl-S0 4 -H 2 0 system, to high temperature and by: Using these constants, the equilibrium copper speciation model predicts the proportion of copper organically complexed to range from 40 to 96% and the Cu (II) ion activity to range from 10−The recent development of the chemical speciation of trace metals in seawater is described.

amounts of Ca and Mg in seawater. The chemical equilibrium model suggested that the concentrations Author: Katsumi Hirose.