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Soil Inorganic Pollutants Testing

Reported by lifeasible | January 20th, 2024 @ 02:10 AM

Soil inorganic pollutants come mainly from industrial effluents and solid wastes that enter the soil. Nitrates, sulfate chlorides, and soluble carbonates are common and abundant inorganic pollutants. These inorganic pollutants can cause soil slumping, change soil structure, lead to soil salinization and affect water quality, among other hazards.

Soil Inorganic Pollutants Testing
For heavy metal detection in soil, Lifeasible is currently using AAS (atomic absorption spectrometry), AFS (atomic fluorescence spectroscopy), ICP-QMS (inductively coupled plasma quadrupole mass spectrometry), ICP-MS (inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry), HR-ICP-MS (high resolution inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry), ICP-OES (inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry), XRF (X-ray fluorescence), Terahertz spectroscopy and other technical methods for morphological analysis and content detection of elements, including sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ammonia nitrogen, nitrogen oxides, ozone, fluoride, cyanide, ammonia, hydrogen chloride, sulfate, alkyl mercury, metal elements and pH, moisture, water content, dry matter, conductivity, cation exchange, total phosphorus, organic carbon, total salinity, organic matter, exchange acidity, etc.

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