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Contents: Chemical Speciation And Bioavailability Volume 23 Issue 3 2011

Posted on 15. August, 2011.

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Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability covers all aspects of environmental science and pollution.

125Speciation of trace element compounds in samples of biota from marine ecosystems
Gabriela Bajger, Piotr Konieczka and Jacek Namiesnik
143Speciation and bioavailability of zinc in amended sediments
Aaron G.B.Williams, Kirk G. Scheckel, Gregory McDermott, David Gratson, Dean Neptune and James A. Ryan
155 The distribution and bioavailability of Cd and Zn in cultivated soil of Henan Province
Hanzhou Hao, Menggui Jin, Tongbin Chen, Mei Lei, Liu Chenwu andWenpu Zu
163Chemical and physical characterization of lead in three shooting range soils in Florida
Abioye O. Fayiga, Uttam Saha and Lena Q. Ma
170Effect of dielectric constant of medium on protonation equilibria of ethylenediamine
Nethala Vijaya Kumar and Gollapalli Nageswara Rao
175Adsorption behaviour of cadmium by Bacillus cereus M1 16 : some physical and biochemical studies
Anindita Ganguly, A.K.Guha and Lalitagauri Ray
183Evaluation of the chromium bioavailability in tanned leather shavings using the SM&T sequential extractions scheme
L|¤lian Irene Dias da Silva, Fernanda Veronesi Marinho Pontes, Manuel Castro Carneiro, Maria Ine“s Couto Monteiro, Marcelo Dominguez de Almeida and Arnaldo Alcover Neto

Chemical Speciation and Bioavailabilty presents results which can often be applied to pressing environmental problems such as toxic waste and human health risk assessment.