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Antimony in aquatic systems

Abstract : Antimony is ubiquitous in the environment. In spite of its proven toxicity, it has received scant attention so far. This communication presents an overview of current knowledge as well as the early results of a concerted, multidisciplinary effort to unveil antimony behaviour and fate in natural aquatic systems.
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M. Filella, N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, Catherine Elleouet, P.M. May, et al.. Antimony in aquatic systems. XII International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, 2003, Unknown, Unknown Region. pp.475-478. ⟨hal-01763894⟩



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