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Rehabilitation of cadmium-contaminated soils: efficiency of some inorganic amendments for reducing Cd-bioavailability


, : Rehabilitation of cadmium-contaminated soils: efficiency of some inorganic amendments for reducing Cd-bioavailability. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie des Sciences Series 3, Sciences de la Vie 316(1): 83-88

The bioavailability of Cd in two arable soils, soil A from a sludge-treated plot and soil B from a Pb/Zn smelter site, was evaluated by a pot experiment using ryegrass (Lolium multiforum), following the addition of possible Cd-immobilizing soil amendments: lime (CaO), lime and Al-pillar smectites (CaO + SM), basic slag (TP), hydrous manganese oxide (HMO) and hydrous iron oxide (HFO).

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