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Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona

Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona

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Published by American Chemical Society in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Photocopy of: Environmental science and technology, vol. 15, no. 3, (1981), pp.293-299.

Other titlesEnvironmental science and technology.
StatementMark Small ... [et al.].
ContributionsSmall, Mark., American Chemical Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16564794M

  A large open pit copper mine may use in the order of , L/d of diesel, with an emissions factor of about kg CO2 e/L, resulting in , t CO2 e/y of emissions. That’s typically around 2 – 4 t CO2e/t Cu produced.   Selenium (Se) exhibits a “double-edged” behavior in animal and human nutrition. It is a micronutrient required in low concentrations by animals and humans, but toxic at high concentrations. Selenium deficiency has been associated with cancer and other health problems. Selenium requirements are commonly met through soils and plants such as wheat, rice, vegetables and maize in many .

  Small M, Germani MS, Small AM, Zoller WH () Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. Environ Sci Technol – Article CAS Google Scholar.   Mortality effects of a copper smelter strike and reduced ambient sulfate particulate matter air pollution. Environ Health Perspect ; doi: /ehp/ [Online 4 January ]. Small M, Germani M, Small A, Zoller W. Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona.

Guided ion beam tandem mass spectrometry techniques are used to examine the competing product channels in the reaction of Cl- with CH3F in the center-of-mass collision energy range −27 eV. Four anionic reaction products are detected: F-, CH2Cl-, FCl-, and CHCl-. The endothermic SN2 reaction Cl- + CH3F → CH3Cl + F- has an energy threshold of E0 = ± 14 kJ/mol, exhibiting a 52 ± This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is () Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southwestern Arizona. Environ. Sci.


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The measurement and interpretation of ratios in airborne particles. Atmospheric Environment ()17 (2), DOI: /(83) R.E. Byrne. A rapid method for the determination of arsenic, cadmium, copper, lead and zinc in airborne particulates by flame atomic absorption by:   1.

Environ Sci Technol. Mar 1;15(3) doi: /esa Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern by: Environ. Sci. Technol. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS. Blood lead levels and death from all causes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer: results from the NHANES III mortality study.

Environ Health Perspect. ; – [PMC free article] Small M, Germani MS, Small AM, Zoller WH. Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern by: 1.

Copper processing is a complicated process that begins with mining of the ore (less than 1% copper) and ends with sheets of % pure copper called cathodes, which will ultimately be made into products for everyday most common types of ore, copper oxide and copper sulfide, undergo two different processes, hydrometallurgy and pyrometallurgy, respectively, due to the different.

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Environ Sci Technol –   Typical world values of arsenic in airborne particles are much lower than those encountered near Cale- tones and other copper smelters (Grimanis, ; Harrison,and the present study).

In Chile, Cortrs et al. () measured arsenic in human hair which they attributed to the processing of copper minerals. Earlier work in Arizona also indicated that airborne particles originating from smelting activities are enriched with high levels of metals and metalloids that can settle and contaminate the local Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in Southeastern Arizona.

Environ. Sci. Technol. ; 15 (3)– plume study of emissions from the processing of copper Small M, Germani M, Small A, Zoller W. Airborne plume. of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona.

SMALL M- GERMANI M. S., SMALL A. M., ZOLLER W- H. and MOVERS J. () Airborne plume study of emis- sions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona.

Fine Hg conc. Cu Smelter AFS zoo s E lop c. d c Fine Coarse 0 5D particulates particulates Source U.S. regional (SW,W) Crustal Canadian regional (N,NW) Copper smelters Aluminum processing Unexplained 30 8 21 21 21 20 15 8 0+ n 0 9 N 3 D T N em 3W 9u93 Date 38 Fig.

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Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. of particulate materials in the plumes of five copper smelters in southeastern Arizona was. Small M., German M. S., Small A. and Zoller W. () Airborne plume study of emissions from the process- ing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona.

Environ. Sci. elevated by factors up toin Arizona smelter plumes. Lead levels in plumes were comparable with those of other metals. Thus, Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. Environ Sci Technol 15(3)–   So a value of 60% was chosen to estimate the fraction of Se in coal emitted in the vapor phase during the combustion process.

ANDREN et al. () showed that Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in South. Small M, Germani M, Small A, Zoller W. Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona.

Environ Sci Technol. ; – [Google Scholar] Trijonis J, Yuan K. Visibility in the Southwest: An Exploration of the Historical Data Base. Airborne particulate matter in the United Kingdom, Third report of the Quality of Urban Air Review Group, ().

Airborne plume study of emissions fi-om the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. Using analyses from honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) leaves from nearly pristine locations in Arizona, an inorganic plant concentration standard is proposed for use as a ‘Sonoran Reference Plant’ (SRP).

Such a standard can be used as a monitoring device for different anthropogenic pollution sources throughout the Sonoran Desert.

To test the application of the SRP, honey mesquite leaves. Blood lead levels and death from all causes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer: results from the NHANES III mortality study. Environ Health Perspect Small M, Germani MS, Small AM, Zoller WH.

Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. Environ Sci Technol 15(3). Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. M. Small, Mark S.

Germani, A M Small, William H. Zoller. Small M, Germani M, Small A, Zoller W. Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. Environ Sci Technol. ; – Trijonis J, Yuan K. Visibility in the Southwest: An Exploration of the Historical Data Base.

Research Triangle Park, NC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Reversible 1,2-Addition of Water To Form a Nucleophilic Mn(I) Hydroxide Complex: A Thermodynamic and Reactivity Study. Airborne plume study of emissions from the processing of copper ores in southeastern Arizona. Mark. Small; Mark S.

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