Geochemical studies of Fe, Mn, Co, As, Cr, Sb, Zn, Sc and V in surface sediments from Jiaozhou Bay
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The contents of nearly forty-elements in surface sediments in Jiaozhou Bay were determined using a Neutron Activation Analysis Technique (Grancini, et al., 1976; Li Peiquan et al., 1985, 1986; Li Xiuxia et al., 1986). This paper's detailed discussion on only nine elements (Fe, Mn, Co, Cr, Sc, As, Sb, Zn and V) includes their distributions, concentrations, correlationships, material sources, background, etc. Based on Zavaristski's classification method, Fe, Mn, Co, Cr and V belong to the second group; As and Sb to the eighth groups: Sc and Zn to the third and sixth groups. It was found that their notably good correlationship is mainly due to the similarity of their ionic structures and that their variation is controlled by the Fe content (except Mn). The source of sediments is mainly terristrial material, and the composition of sediment is similar to that of shale and shale+clay. The contents for a large number of elements are within the scope of the background level, but there still is pollution of Zn and Cr, at least in a few stations.
Key wordsNAA correlationship neutron flux γ spectrometer classification
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