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Belgorod State University - KBBE-2008-1-2-05, ENV. 2008.3.1.2.1 , ENV.2008.3.1.5.1 Development of sorptive materials for recultivation of agricultural lands from transition metals and other contaminants

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Date of filling in 19.02.2008
Organization name Belgorod State University
Organization adress ul. Pobedy 85, 30815, Belgorod, RF
Department/Unit Chair of Genetics, Cytology and Bioengenering
Contact person Krylova Larisa, research fellow
Phone +7-4722-301150
Fax
E-Mail krylova@bsu.edu.ru
Web-site http://www.bsu.ru
Organization type
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Theme
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (KBBE)
Environment (including climate change) (ENV)
Call identifier
Topic number KBBE-2008-1-2-05, ENV. 2008.3.1.2.1 , ENV.2008.3.1.5.1 Development of sorptive materials for recultivation of agricultural lands from transition metals and other contaminants
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Expertise offered Humic acids are formed in natural environmenrs as a result of chemical and biologocal decomposition of plant debris.
Ability of humic acids to influence on process of fixing and binding of ions of cadmium in soils owing to acid-containing functional groups in their composition was studied.
Higher content of heavy metals in montmorillonit is revealed, in comparison with other soil minerals.
It was found out that Belgorod clays containing montmorillonite absorb effectively cations of heavy metals.
Recommendations concerning sorptive materials improving ecological quality of soils will be developed.
Sorptive materials improving ecological quality of soils have been obtained.
Scientific keywords Ecology soils transition metals sorbtion cadmium huminic acids Materials with sorptive properties
Publications on the topic (other references) Quantity 17
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation -
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects