Influence of Arsenic, Mercury Additives in Meat Products and Soil

Author(s): Wu Hang, Jiang Xiao-Jun, Lv Linlin, Ai Tian.

Journal Name: Current Environmental Engineering
Continued as Current Environmental Management

Volume 3 , Issue 3 , 2016

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The purpose of this paper was to determine the content of arsenic, mercury elements in meat products and soil. The results showed that arsenic and mercury were concentrated in manure and were absorbed in minor quantities. In this paper, an adsorption model was established, to calculate the adsorption coefficient and transfer coefficient of arsenic and mercury. The reliability was observed to be more than 95% and the relative errors were within 0.5%.

Keywords: Adsorption model, arsenic, feed, meat products, mercury, non-linearity simulation.

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Year: 2016
Page: [212 - 214]
Pages: 3
DOI: 10.2174/2212717803666160625103118
Price: $58

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