Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 2, Issue 2, Oct 2013, Pages 90 - 96

Stable URL: http://ejss.fess.org/10.18393/ejss.2013.2.090-096
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Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia

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Kulizhsky ,S., Loyko,S., Lim,A., 2013. Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia. Eurasian J Soil Sci 2(2):90 - 96.
Kulizhsky ,S.,Loyko,S.,& Lim,A. Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.2.090-096
Kulizhsky ,S.,Loyko,S., and ,Lim,A."Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.2.090-096
Kulizhsky ,S.,Loyko,S., and ,Lim,A. "Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.2.090-096
S,Kulizhsky .S,Loyko.A,Lim "Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.2.090-096
Kulizhsky ,Sergei ;Loyko,Sergei ;Lim,Artyom Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.2.090-096

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Kulizhsky , S., Loyko, S., Lim, A., 2013. Pedotransfer capacity of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in Albeluvisols Haplic in the South-East of the Western Siberia. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 2(2): 90 - 96.

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Sergei Kulizhsky , National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia
Sergei Loyko , National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia
Artyom Lim , National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

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Issue published online: 15 Oct 2013
Article first published online : 21 Apr 2013
Manuscript Accepted : 10 Apr 2013
Manuscript Received: 15 Feb 2013

Abstract

Findings of field and experimental studies of pedotransfer capability of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in the profile of Albeluvisols Haplic of the sub-boreal forest in the south-east of the Western Siberia were presented. Results of the surveys testify to the effect that major factors affecting the migration capability include large biogenic interstices and main cracks that act as transport channels for nanoparticles, as well as thermodynamic (φ-) potentials of particles that define the intensity of surface electrostatic interactions with walls of soil interstices.

Keywords

Nickel and platinum nanoparticles, soil, migration, physical properties

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References

Duester, L., Prasse, C., Vogel, J.V., Vink, J.P.M., Schaumann, G.E., 2011. Translocation of Sb and Ti in an undisturbed floodplain soil after application of Sb2O3 and TiO2 nanoparticles to the surface. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 13, 1204-1211.

Fanga, J., Shana, X.Q., Wena, B., Lina, J.M., Owens, G., 2009. Stability of titania nanoparticles in soil suspensions and transport in saturated homogeneous soil columns. Environmental Pollution 157(4), 1101-1109.

Jaisi, D.P., Elimelech M., 2009. Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Exhibit Limited Transport in Soil Columns Environ. Environmental Science Technology 43(24), 9161–9166.

Li, W., Xu, J., Huang, P.M., 2010. Extraction of Nanoparticles from Argosols and Ferrosols. Molecular Environmental Soil Science at the Interfaces in the Earth’s Critical Zone 4, 275-278.

Vadyunina, A.F., Korchagin, Z.A., 1986. Methods of study of the physical properties of soils, Moscow: Agropromizdat, 416.

Loyko, S.V., Gerasko, L.I., Kulizhsky, S.P., 2011. Grouping the carriers of soil memory (the case of the northern area of chernovaya taiga). Bulletin of the Tomsk State University. Biology 3(15), 38-49.

Syso, A.I., 2007. Patterns of distribution of chemical elements in the soil-forming rocks and soils of Western Siberia. Novosibirsk: Publishing House of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 227.

Kovenya, S.V., Mel, M., Freed, A., 1972. Research on the role of mechanical forces and geometric conditions in the movement of fine particles in the soil columns. Soil Science 10, 133-140.

Abstract

Findings of field and experimental studies of pedotransfer capability of nickel and platinum nanoparticles in the profile of Albeluvisols Haplic of the sub-boreal forest in the south-east of the Western Siberia were presented. Results of the surveys testify to the effect that major factors affecting the migration capability include large biogenic interstices and main cracks that act as transport channels for nanoparticles, as well as thermodynamic (φ-) potentials of particles that define the intensity of surface electrostatic interactions with walls of soil interstices.

Keywords: Nickel and platinum nanoparticles, soil, migration, physical properties

References

Duester, L., Prasse, C., Vogel, J.V., Vink, J.P.M., Schaumann, G.E., 2011. Translocation of Sb and Ti in an undisturbed floodplain soil after application of Sb2O3 and TiO2 nanoparticles to the surface. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 13, 1204-1211.

Fanga, J., Shana, X.Q., Wena, B., Lina, J.M., Owens, G., 2009. Stability of titania nanoparticles in soil suspensions and transport in saturated homogeneous soil columns. Environmental Pollution 157(4), 1101-1109.

Jaisi, D.P., Elimelech M., 2009. Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Exhibit Limited Transport in Soil Columns Environ. Environmental Science Technology 43(24), 9161–9166.

Li, W., Xu, J., Huang, P.M., 2010. Extraction of Nanoparticles from Argosols and Ferrosols. Molecular Environmental Soil Science at the Interfaces in the Earth’s Critical Zone 4, 275-278.

Vadyunina, A.F., Korchagin, Z.A., 1986. Methods of study of the physical properties of soils, Moscow: Agropromizdat, 416.

Loyko, S.V., Gerasko, L.I., Kulizhsky, S.P., 2011. Grouping the carriers of soil memory (the case of the northern area of chernovaya taiga). Bulletin of the Tomsk State University. Biology 3(15), 38-49.

Syso, A.I., 2007. Patterns of distribution of chemical elements in the soil-forming rocks and soils of Western Siberia. Novosibirsk: Publishing House of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 227.

Kovenya, S.V., Mel, M., Freed, A., 1972. Research on the role of mechanical forces and geometric conditions in the movement of fine particles in the soil columns. Soil Science 10, 133-140.



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