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100.1.#.a: González Guadarrama, María de Jesús; Castillo Blum, Silvia Elena; Armienta, María Aurora

245.1.0.a: Complejación de metales por sustancias húmicas acuáticas como proceso natural, tomando como caso de estudio el Lago de Xochimilco, Ciudad de México, México

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520.3.#.a: This work discusses the importance of organic matter, specifically Aquatic Humic Substances (SHA) within the speciation and distribution of metals within an aquatic system, in this case Xochimilco Lake, a site with great ecological importance. This lake is the natural habitat of the endemic species “axolotl” (ajolote). In this research, complexation reactions between SHA and metals (Cu, Mn, Pb and Zn) were carried out under different reaction conditions, the source of AHS was water samples taken in Xochimilco Lake in presence and absence of pH buffer dissolution and varying the con- centration of metals. The results show that there is a direct competition between the major elements and trace elements to react with the AHS. Under the pH conditions of Xochimilco Lake complexes formation is possible. Abstract 22 This work discusses the importance of organic matter, specifically Aquatic Humic Substances (SHA) 23 within the speciation and distribution of metals within an aquatic system, in this case Xochimilco 24 Lake, a site with great ecological importance. This lake is the natural habitat of the endemic species 25 “axolotl” (ajolote). In this research, complexation reactions between SHA and metals (Cu, Mn, Pb 26 and Zn) were carried out under different reaction conditions, the source of AHS was water samples 27 taken in Xochimilco Lake in presence and absence of pH buffer dissolution and varying the 28 concentration of metals. The results show that there is a direct competition between the major 29 elements and trace elements to react with the AHS. Under the pH conditions of Xochimilco Lake 30 complexes formation is possible. 31

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Complejación de metales por sustancias húmicas acuáticas como proceso natural, tomando como caso de estudio el Lago de Xochimilco, Ciudad de México, México

González Guadarrama, María de Jesús; Castillo Blum, Silvia Elena; Armienta, María Aurora

Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM, publicado en Geofísica Internacional, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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Autor(es)
González Guadarrama, María de Jesús; Castillo Blum, Silvia Elena; Armienta, María Aurora
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Físico Matemáticas y Ciencias de la Tierra
Título
Complejación de metales por sustancias húmicas acuáticas como proceso natural, tomando como caso de estudio el Lago de Xochimilco, Ciudad de México, México
Fecha
2022-01-01
Resumen
This work discusses the importance of organic matter, specifically Aquatic Humic Substances (SHA) within the speciation and distribution of metals within an aquatic system, in this case Xochimilco Lake, a site with great ecological importance. This lake is the natural habitat of the endemic species “axolotl” (ajolote). In this research, complexation reactions between SHA and metals (Cu, Mn, Pb and Zn) were carried out under different reaction conditions, the source of AHS was water samples taken in Xochimilco Lake in presence and absence of pH buffer dissolution and varying the con- centration of metals. The results show that there is a direct competition between the major elements and trace elements to react with the AHS. Under the pH conditions of Xochimilco Lake complexes formation is possible. Abstract 22 This work discusses the importance of organic matter, specifically Aquatic Humic Substances (SHA) 23 within the speciation and distribution of metals within an aquatic system, in this case Xochimilco 24 Lake, a site with great ecological importance. This lake is the natural habitat of the endemic species 25 “axolotl” (ajolote). In this research, complexation reactions between SHA and metals (Cu, Mn, Pb 26 and Zn) were carried out under different reaction conditions, the source of AHS was water samples 27 taken in Xochimilco Lake in presence and absence of pH buffer dissolution and varying the 28 concentration of metals. The results show that there is a direct competition between the major 29 elements and trace elements to react with the AHS. Under the pH conditions of Xochimilco Lake 30 complexes formation is possible. 31
Tema
Faltan Key Words; remediation; aquatic humic substances; metals; reactions of complexation; Xochimilco Lake
Idioma
eng
ISSN
ISSN impreso: 0016-7169

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