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Evaluation of the effects of application of iron materials on the accumulation and speciation of arsenic in rice grain grown on uncontaminated soil with relatively high levels of arsenic



Evaluation of the effects of application of iron materials on the accumulation and speciation of arsenic in rice grain grown on uncontaminated soil with relatively high levels of arsenic



Environmental and Experimental Botany 125: 42-51




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DOI: 10.1016/j.envexpbot.2016.02.002



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