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Interaction of glassy fertilizers and Cd2+ ions in terms of soil pollution neutralization

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Immobilization of cadmium contamination in soils by precipitation of nonassimilable for plants Cd-phosphates was considered. Glassy fertilizer of controlled release rate of the nutrients for plants as a source of phosphate anions was applied. The negative role of Cd complexing citric acid solution simulating the natural soil conditions, which inhibits the Cd-phos-phates formation, was stated.

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Wacławska, I. and Szumera, M. (2011) Interaction of glassy fertilizers and Cd2+ ions in terms of soil pollution neutralization. Natural Science, 3, 689-693. doi: 10.4236/ns.2011.38092.

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