PMID: 15667087Jan 26, 2005Paper

Phenanthrene sorption to sequentially extracted soil humic acids and humins

Environmental Science & Technology
Seunghun Kang, Baoshan Xing

Abstract

Humic substances strongly influence the environmental fate of hydrophobic organic chemicals in soils and sediments. In this study, the sorption of phenanthrene by humic acids (HAs) and humins was examined. HAs were obtained from progressively extracting a soil, eight times with 0.1 M Na4P207 and two times with 0.1 M NaOH solution, and then the residue was separated into two humin fractions by their organic carbon contents. The chemical and structural heterogeneity of the HAs and humins were characterized by elemental analysis, ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy, and solid-state 13C NMR. There were significant chemical and structural differences among the HA fractions and humins; the later extracted HAs had relatively high aliphatic carbons content. All sorption data were fitted to a Freundlich equation, S = K(F)C(N), where S and C are the sorbed and solution-phase concentrations, respectively, and K(F) and N are constants. All of the phenanthrene sorptions were nonlinear, and the nonlinearity decreased with further extractions from 0.90 (first extracted HA) to 0.96 (ninth HA) and was the lowest (0.88) for the higher organic carbon content humin. Phenanthrene sorption co...Continue Reading

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