Title of article :
The presence of vanadium in groundwater of southeastern extreme the pampean region Argentina: Relationship with other chemical elements
Carmen E. Fiorentino، نويسنده , , Juan D. Paoloni، نويسنده , , Mario E. Sequeira، نويسنده , , Pedro Arosteguy، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2007
Changes in the quality of groundwater resources are related to the presence and concentration of contaminants, especially trace elements such as arsenic, boron, fluoride and vanadium. Vanadium is a rare element naturally abundant, generally found in combination with other elements. Vanadium pentoxide is known to have aneugenic effects.
Thus, a study was carried out to assess the presence of vanadium in the groundwater of the southeastern pampean region of Argentina, which constitutes the main water supply for the local population. Statistical and correlational analyses were applied to identify possible interrelationships between vanadium and another chemical elements.
Vanadium was found in all groundwater samples. The minimum and maximum vanadium concentrations found were 0.05 mg/l and 2.47 mg/l, respectively. Vanadium is significantly correlated with other trace elements such as arsenic, fluoride and boron. The interrelationship between vanadium and the presence of volcanic glass in sediments is not significant as expected.
Pampean , Southeastern , groundwater , vanadium
Journal title :
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology