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Dissolution of tetragonal ferrous sulfide (mackinawite) in anoxic aqueous systems. 2. Implications for the cycling of iron, sulfur, and trace metals

Pankow, James F. and Morgan, James J. (1980) Dissolution of tetragonal ferrous sulfide (mackinawite) in anoxic aqueous systems. 2. Implications for the cycling of iron, sulfur, and trace metals. Environmental Science and Technology, 14 (2). pp. 183-186. ISSN 0013-936X. doi:10.1021/es60162a005. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20201209-122141597

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Abstract

Both nonoxidative and oxidative mechanisms can play important roles in determining how FeS and associated trace metals are solubilized under different environmental conditions. Models are presented for determining the FeS concentration profiles in anoxic sediments experiencing FeS dissolution. Methods for calculating the time required to completely dissolve suspended FeS particles of various sizes in anoxic waters are also presented. The relative rates of oxidative and nonoxidative FeS dissolution are discussed with respect to trace metal release from sewage sludge and sediments and pyritization in sediments.


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Additional Information: © 1980 American Chemical Society. Received for review May 21, 1979. Accepted November 5, 1979.
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DOI:10.1021/es60162a005
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Official Citation:Dissolution of tetragonal ferrous sulfide (mackinawite) in anoxic aqueous systems. 2. Implications for the cycling of iron, sulfur, and trace metals James F. Pankow and James J. Morgan Environmental Science & Technology 1980 14 (2), 183-186 DOI: 10.1021/es60162a005
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