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Interaction of Cd and citric acid, EDTA in red soil



Interaction of Cd and citric acid, EDTA in red soil



Journal of Environmental Sciences 13(2): 153-156



The adsorption and desorption processes of cadmium in red soil (Ferrisols) as well as the influence of media pH were investigated with and without citric acid and EDTA. Experimental results clearly showed that Cd adsorption in red soil was affected significantly by the organic chemicals in the soil. In the presence of citric acid and EDTA, Cd adsorption in red soil increased with pH in acid media but decreased in media with a high pH.

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