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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Environmental monitoring of magnetic iron phases of urban water reservoir lake sediments (Taiacupeba Lake, metropolitan region of Sao Paulo, Brazil) by using Mossbauer spectroscopy
Author: Franco, DR
Berquo, TS
Imbernon, RAL
Partiti, CSM
Enzweiler, J
Abstract: In the present work, we investigate the iron oxides and oxyhydroxides behavior and evolution, related to the geochemical behavior of some metals, which could be retained as solid phases in the sediments from an urban water reservoir lake, placed in Taiacupeba, Great Sao Paulo, Brazil. These tasks were performed by the establishment of a proceduring setting for environmental monitoring analysis through Mossbauer spectroscopy measurements associated to hysteresis loops measurements and chemical analysis [X-ray fluorescence (XRF)]. We inferred the possibility of goethite occurrence in broad particle size distribution (5-50 nm), and related to ferrihydrite, and small grain-size hematite (about 8 nm). The magnetometry results pointed to the paramagnetic/superparamagnetic behavior of the magnetic phases present in the samples and also suggested the occurrence of small grain-size magnetite. We also verified the presence of clay minerals related to Fe, as well as the occurrence of Fe3+ and/or Fe2+ in short-range structural order. Through a straight correlation among Mossbauer spectra data gained at T = 77 K and Al-metal, metal-Fe molar ratios, provided through XRF data, we found remarkable indications of interference on meta-stable phases evolution to its final products. Such results can be pointing for evidences about the possible isomorphic replacing and/or adsorption of Al and other metals in goethite and hematite.
Subject: sediments
water pollution
iron-bearing phases characterization
Mossbauer spectroscopy
metropolitan region of Sao Paulo
Country: EUA
Editor: Springer
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s00254-006-0525-5
Date Issue: 2007
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