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Cadmium status in chernozem of the Krasnodar Krai (Russia) after the application of phosphogypsum; pp. 501–515

Abdulmalik Batukaev, Anatoly Endovitsky, Valery Kalinichenko, Nikolai Mischenko, Tatiana Minkina, Saglara Mandzhieva, Svetlana Sushkova, Sirojdin Bakoyev, Vishnu Rajput, Galina Shipkova, Yurii Litvinov

The thermodynamic state of Cd in Haplic Chernozem with phosphogypsum for soil reclamation in doses of 10, 20, and 40 t ha–1 was evaluated. The role of chemical equilibrium in soil solutions as a cause of Cd status in soil was shown. Based on a carbonate–calcium equilibrium algorithm, a computer program was developed to calculate the real equilibrium ions forms in the soil solution. The association of ions was calculated by an iteration procedure according to the analytical ion concentration considering ion material balance, linear interpolation of equilibrium constants, the method of ionic pairs, laws of initial concentration preservation, and concentration constants of ion pair dissociation. To characterize the binding of Cd2+ ions in the soil solution the coefficient of heavy metal ions association kas is proposed. The application of phosphogypsum increases the content of the Cd2+ free form in soil by 57.1%. There is no hazard if phosphogypsum from Kovdor phosphate ore is applied for soil reclamation because the Cd2+ content in the ore and phosphogypsum is low, and the small additional quantity of Cd2+ is spread throughout the soil continuum during soil processing at concentrations lower than the clark value.


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