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Phosphate-induced metal immobilization in a

2003-3-1  Phosphate was applied at a P/Pb molar ratio of 4.0 with three treatments: 100% of P from H 3 PO 4, 50% of P from H 3 PO 4 + 50% of P from Ca(H 2 PO 4) 2, and 50% of P from H 3 PO 4 +5% phosphate rock in the soil. Approximately 1 year after P application, soil and plant samples were collected to determine mobility and bioavailability of selected

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Evaluation of the efficacy of Malawi Tundulu phosphate

The objectives of this research were to evaluate the extent of phosphorus deficiencies in Malawi as related to maize (Zea mays L.) production, and to assess the value of Malawi Tundulu phosphate rock (PR) in supplying P for maize production. Soil samples from 303 unfertilized farmer sites in major maize producing regions in Malawi showed that 53% of fields tested high in P. An experiment was

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(PDF) Effectiveness of Recovered Magnesium Phosphates

rock phosphate (R P), recovered struvite, d ittmar ite, and a heterogeneou s recovered phosphate were eva luated in a la boratory dissolution st udy and as fer til izers for spri ng wheat ( T

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Phosphate-induced metal immobilization in a

Phosphate was applied at a P/Pb molar ratio of 4.0 with three treatments: 100% of P from H3PO4, 50% of P from H3PO4+ 50% of P from Ca(H2PO4)2, and 50%

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Chemistry of Phosphorus Transformations in Soil

Debnath, N.C., and R.K. Basak. 1986. Effect of rock phosphate and basic slag on available phosphorus in acid soils in relation to soil characteristics, seasons, and moisture regimes. J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci.34: 464–470 Google Scholar

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Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria Nullify the Antagonistic

2017-11-23  Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria (PSB) reduce the negative effects of soil calcification on soil phosphorus (P) nutrition. In this incubation study, we explored the ability of PSB (control and

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Phosphorus Dynamics: From Soil to Plant Plant

In neutral-to-calcareous soils, P retention is dominated by precipitation reactions (Lindsay et al., 1989), although P can also be adsorbed on the surface of Ca carbonate (Larsen, 1967) and clay minerals (Devau et al., 2010). Phosphate can precipitate with Ca, generating dicalcium phosphate (DCP) that is available to plants.

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A Review of the Latest in Phosphorus Fertilizer Technology

2019-8-8  For example, Zhong et al. used a sulfonated cornstarch-based superabsorbent material to suspend rock phosphate passed through a 200-mesh screen. The material was dried but could absorb ∼300 times its own mass in water, keeping moisture in the soil while slowly releasing P. Water-soluble P was increased six times as compared to normal rock

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Calcium Phosphate Mineral an overview ScienceDirect

Orthophosphate occurs mainly as phosphate rock (PR), which consists mostly of calcium phosphate (Ca 3 (PO 4) 2) and fluoroapatite (Ca 5 (PO 4) 3 F) (Chang, 2007). Calcium phosphate minerals are common in unweathered to moderately weathered soils, however with increased weathering Ca leaches from the soil and precipitates of Al and Fe phosphates

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(PDF) Effectiveness of Recovered Magnesium Phosphates

rock phosphate (R P), recovered struvite, d ittmar ite, and a heterogeneou s recovered phosphate were eva luated in a la boratory dissolution st udy and as fer til izers for spri ng wheat ( T

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Phosphorus Dynamics: From Soil to Plant Plant

In neutral-to-calcareous soils, P retention is dominated by precipitation reactions (Lindsay et al., 1989), although P can also be adsorbed on the surface of Ca carbonate (Larsen, 1967) and clay minerals (Devau et al., 2010). Phosphate can precipitate with Ca, generating dicalcium phosphate (DCP) that is available to plants.

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A Review of the Latest in Phosphorus Fertilizer Technology

2019-8-8  For example, Zhong et al. used a sulfonated cornstarch-based superabsorbent material to suspend rock phosphate passed through a 200-mesh screen. The material was dried but could absorb ∼300 times its own mass in water, keeping moisture in the soil while slowly releasing P. Water-soluble P was increased six times as compared to normal rock

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Bioavailability of soil inorganic P in the rhizosphere as

Hoffland E 1992 Quantitative evaluation of the role of organic acid exudation in the mobilization of rock phosphate by rape. Plant Soil 140, 279–289. Google Scholar Hoffland E, Findenegg G R and Nelemans J A 1989 Solubilization of rock phosphate by rape. II. Local root exudation of organic acids as a

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Phosphate-induced metal immobilization in a

Phosphate was applied at a P/Pb molar ratio of 4.0 with three treatments: 100% of P from H3PO4, 50% of P from H3PO4+ 50% of P from Ca(H2PO4)2, and 50%

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Calcium Phosphate Mineral an overview ScienceDirect

Orthophosphate occurs mainly as phosphate rock (PR), which consists mostly of calcium phosphate (Ca 3 (PO 4) 2) and fluoroapatite (Ca 5 (PO 4) 3 F) (Chang, 2007). Calcium phosphate minerals are common in unweathered to moderately weathered soils, however with increased weathering Ca leaches from the soil and precipitates of Al and Fe phosphates

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Minbos gets mining licence for Cabinda Phosphate Project

2021-3-24  As per the 2020 scoping study, the Cabinda project will cost between $22.4m and $27.9m for development. It is based on an initial name plate capacity of 150,000tpa of enhanced phosphate rock but is expected to begin production at 50,000tpa.

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Phosphate solubilizing microbes: sustainable approach for

2013-10-31  The monovalent anion phosphate H 2 PO 4-is a major soluble form of inorganic phosphate, which usually occurs at lower pH. However as the pH of the soil environment increases the divalent and trivalent forms of Pi (HPO 4-2 and HPO 4-3 respectively) occur. Thus, the synthesis and discharge of organic acid by the PSM strains into the surrounding environment acidify the cells and their

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Arsenic and metal quantities in abandoned arsenide

Arsenic mobilization and attenuation in near-neutral drainage Implications for tailings and waste rock management for Saskatchewan uranium mines 30th Annual Hydrometallurgical Conference, Saskatoon, Canada, Sep 09-15, 2000 Uranium 2000 Process Metallurgy of Uranium

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Minbos Resources Ltd welcomes improved phosphate

2021-2-11  The company plans to produce Enhanced Phosphate Rock (EPR), the Cabinda Blend, with the product retaining a unique natural economic hedge.

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Mechanisms and Genetics of Mineral and Organic

2018-4-26  own P (Lindsay 1979). Rock phosphate (sedimentary rock containing phosphate minerals, phosphorite) exist as apatite, fluorapatite, and hydroxyapatite (Bashan et al. 2012). The most common mineral complexes in acid agricultural soils are variscite and strengite. The most stable minerals in alkaline soils are calcium phosphates

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Technical Bulletin: Main characteristics and agronomic

2020-1-31  fraction (up to 20%) includes unreacted phosphate rock, dicalcium phosphate (DCP; CaHPO 4 and CaHPO 4.2H 2 O), and various complex iron (Fe) and aluminium (Al) phosphates resulting from Fe and Al impurities in the PR. The chemistry of TSP and the reaction products have been extensively studied decades ago (e.g. Lindsay et al. 1962).

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Phosphate-induced metal immobilization in a

Phosphate was applied at a P/Pb molar ratio of 4.0 with three treatments: 100% of P from H3PO4, 50% of P from H3PO4+ 50% of P from Ca(H2PO4)2, and 50%

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(PDF) Effectiveness of Recovered Magnesium Phosphates

rock phosphate (R P), recovered struvite, d ittmar ite, and a heterogeneou s recovered phosphate were eva luated in a la boratory dissolution st udy and as fer til izers for spri ng wheat ( T

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Calcium Phosphate Mineral an overview ScienceDirect

Orthophosphate occurs mainly as phosphate rock (PR), which consists mostly of calcium phosphate (Ca 3 (PO 4) 2) and fluoroapatite (Ca 5 (PO 4) 3 F) (Chang, 2007). Calcium phosphate minerals are common in unweathered to moderately weathered soils, however with increased weathering Ca leaches from the soil and precipitates of Al and Fe phosphates

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Minbos gets mining licence for Cabinda Phosphate Project

2021-3-24  As per the 2020 scoping study, the Cabinda project will cost between $22.4m and $27.9m for development. It is based on an initial name plate capacity of 150,000tpa of enhanced phosphate rock but is expected to begin production at 50,000tpa.

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Phosphate solubilizing microbes: sustainable approach for

2013-10-31  The monovalent anion phosphate H 2 PO 4-is a major soluble form of inorganic phosphate, which usually occurs at lower pH. However as the pH of the soil environment increases the divalent and trivalent forms of Pi (HPO 4-2 and HPO 4-3 respectively) occur. Thus, the synthesis and discharge of organic acid by the PSM strains into the surrounding environment acidify the cells and their

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Arsenic and metal quantities in abandoned arsenide

Arsenic mobilization and attenuation in near-neutral drainage Implications for tailings and waste rock management for Saskatchewan uranium mines 30th Annual Hydrometallurgical Conference, Saskatoon, Canada, Sep 09-15, 2000 Uranium 2000 Process Metallurgy of Uranium

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日常-生活区-哔哩哔哩 (゜-゜)つロ 干杯~-bilibili

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