By Satinder Ahuja
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Iron and arsenic speciation in groundwaters from West Bengal, India by coupled HPLC–ICP–MS utilising a heaxapole collision cell. In J. G. Holland and S. D. , Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry: Applications and Emerging Technologies. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, pp. 112–126. Gault, A. , J. Jana, S. Chakraborty, P. Mukherjee, M. Sarkar, B. Nath, D. A. Polya, and D. Chatterjee (2005a). Preservation strategies for inorganic arsenic species in REFERENCES 75 high iron, low Eh groundwater from West Bengal, India.
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A good correlation between iron and arsenic, but not between sulfur and arsenic, is found from the arsenic-affected aquifers through chemical analyses of groundwaters (Smedley and Kinniburgh, 2002, and references therein). Geological studies (Umisto, 1987) based on Bangladeshi and Indian sites failed to show any evidence of arsenic-rich sulﬁdic mineral deposition either on the surface or in the subsurface in the affected region. Moreover, oxidation of arsenic-bearing sulﬁdic minerals that causes mobilization of arsenic from these minerals is highly unlikely in the relative oxygen-poor subsurface environment (Von Bromssen, 1999).
Arsenic contamination of groundwater : mechanism, analysis, and remediation by Satinder Ahuja