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Chemical And Biological Immobilization Mechanisms Of Potentially Toxic Elements In Biochar-amended Soils

Tharanga Bandara, Ashley E. Franks, Jian-ming Xu, Nanthi Bolan, Hailong Wang, Caixian Caixian Tang
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The application of biochars for the remediation of water and soils contaminated with potentially toxic elements (PTEs) has seen a recent growing interest. The mechanisms of chemical immobilization ...
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