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Kinetic and equilibrium studies of copper-dissolved organic matter complexation in water column of the stratified Krka River estuary (Croatia)


Louis, Yoann; Garnier, Cédric; Lenoble, Véronique; Mounier, Stéphane; Cukrov, Neven; Omanović, Dario; Pižeta, Ivanka
Kinetic and equilibrium studies of copper-dissolved organic matter complexation in water column of the stratified Krka River estuary (Croatia) // Marine chemistry, 114 (2009), 3-4; 110-119 doi:10.1016/j.marchem.2009.04.006 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Kinetic and equilibrium studies of copper-dissolved organic matter complexation in water column of the stratified Krka River estuary (Croatia)

Autori
Louis, Yoann ; Garnier, Cédric ; Lenoble, Véronique ; Mounier, Stéphane ; Cukrov, Neven ; Omanović, Dario ; Pižeta, Ivanka

Izvornik
Marine chemistry (0304-4203) 114 (2009), 3-4; 110-119

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Dissolved organic matter ; chemical speciation ; anodic stripping voltammetry ; copper complexing capacity ; kinetics ; estuaries

Sažetak
An interaction of dissolved natural organic matter (DNOM) with copper ions in the water column of the stratified Krka River estuary (Croatia) was studied. The experimental methodology was based on the differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetric (DPASV) determination of labile copper species by titrating the sample using increments of copper additions uniformly distributed on the logarithmic scale. A classical at-equilibrium approach (determination of copper complexing capacity, CuCC) and a kinetic approach (tracing of equilibrium reconstitution) of copper complexation were considered and compared. A model of discrete distribution of organic ligands forming inert copper complexes was applied. For both approaches, a home-written fitting program was used for the determination of apparent stability constants (Kiequ), total ligands concentration (LiT) and association/dissociation rate constants (ki1, ki- 1). A non-conservative behaviour of dissolved organic matter (DOC) and total copper concentration in a water column was registered. An enhanced biological activity at the freshwater– seawater interface (FSI) triggered an increase of total copper concentration and total ligand concentration in this water layer. The copper complexation in fresh water of Krka River was characterised by one type of binding ligands, while in most of the estuarine and marine samples two classes of ligands were identified. The distribution of apparent stability constants (log K1equ: 11.2-13.0, log K2equ:8.8-10.0) showed increasing trend towards higher salinities, indicating stronger copper complexation by autochthonous seawater organic matter. Copper complexation parameters (ligand concentrations and apparent stability constants) obtained by at-equilibrium model are in very good accordance with those of kinetic model. Calculated association rate constants (k11:6.1-20 × 10^3 (M s)-1, k21: 1.3-6.3 × 10^3 (M s)-1) indicate that copper complexation by DNOM takes place relatively slowly. The time needed to achieve a new pseudo-equilibrium induced by an increase of copper concentration (which is common for Krka River estuary during summer period due to the nautical traffic), is estimated to be from 2 to 4 h. It is found that in such oligotrophic environment (dissolved organic carbon content under 83 µ MC, i.e. 1 mgCL-1) an increase of the total copper concentration above 12 nM could enhance a free copper concentration exceeding the level considered as potentially toxic for microorganisms (10 pM).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geologija, Kemija



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Projekt / tema
098-0982934-2720 - MEĐUDJELOVANJA OBLIKA TRAGOVA METALA U VODENOM OKOLIŠU (Ivanka Pižeta, )

Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb

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  • Scopus


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