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Berilliy i kobal't v pedosfere pod chernevymi lesami Russkogo Altaya [Beryllium and cobalt in the pedoshere under fir forest of the Russian Altai]
|Alternate Title:||Beryllium and cobalt in the pedoshere under fir forest of the Russian Altai|
|Authors:||Saltykov, A. V.|
|Author Affiliations:||Primary: |
Rossiskaya Akademia Nauk, Institut Vodnykh i Ekologicheskikh Problem, Barnaul, Russian Federation
|Volume Title:||Bulleten' nauki i praktiki Bulletin of Science and Practice|
|Source:||Bulleten' nauki i praktiki = Bulletin of Science and Practice, 2017(2), p.170-175. Publisher: Nauka i Praktika, Niznevartovsk, Russian Federation. ISSN: 2414-2948|
|Note:||In Russian with English summary. 5 refs.|
|Summary:||The article gives a comparative analysis of subsurface migration of beryllium and cobalt at different stages of development pedosphere (podzol and humus-accumulating stages) under fir forest of the Russian Altai. Determination of total content of humic compounds in fine- grained deposits were performed at the laboratory of biogeochemistry, Institute for water and environmental problems SB RAS according to the method of Tyurin (GOST 23740-79) in modification of Nikitin, particle size distribution - pipette method Kaczynski (GOST 12536-79), actual acidity - potentiometric method (GOST 26483-85), capacity acquisition according to the method of Bobko-Askinazi modification Gruberova with the end of Aydinian, the specific gravity of beryllium and cobalt - quantitative plasma spectral method in the Institute of soil science and Agrochemistry SB RAS. It turned out that the migration of atoms has many features in common and differ only in the degree of immobilization in a textural horizon that for cobalt atoms is higher than for beryllium atoms regardless of the stage of development pedosphere. In addition, for cobalt atoms is observed to increase their numbers in the humus horizon during humus-accumulating stages of development, which is not typical for atoms of beryllium.|
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