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Use of C-18 reverse-phase cartridges for estimation of metal complexation by a residue from olive oil industry

AuthorsDíaz Barrientos, Encarnación ; Bejarano Bravo, M.; Madrid, Luis
Issue Date1997
CitationFresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 357: 1164-1167 (1997)
AbstractFormation of complexes between Cu and organic polymers present in olive mill wastewater (OMW) is shown to be a cause of metal solubilization by the residue, using C-18 reverse-phase cartridges (RPC) for separating the complexed metal. Nearly 100% of the metal released from a polluted river sediment by OMW solutions is retained by the cartridges. The proportion of Cu retained by the cartridges is somewhat lower (50-80%), if the OMW solution initially contains Cu. About 70-80% of Cu released by OMW from a soil column previously loaded with high doses of metal is also retained by the cartridges. Incomplete Cu retentions are not thought to be due to a lack of efficiency of RPC in immobilizing Cu complexes, but to the formation of an equilibrium between free and complexed forms of the metal.
Identifiersissn: 0937-0633
e-issn: 1432-1130
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