Effects of cations, anions and PAHs an the adsorption of cadmium by the Mekong River sediments

H.E. Keenan, A. Songsasen, A. Sakultantimetha, S. Bangkedphol, N. Lauhachinda, U. Homchan, C. Chatsagonthong

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Abstract

The transport of organic anions and cations has interested physiologists for many years despite the generally held view that these transport mechanisms are involved principally in the elimination of foreign substances and metabolites from the body. This paper examines the effects of cations, anions and PAHs an the adsorption of cadmium by the Mekong River sediments.
Original languageEnglish
Pages330
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventPure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2008 - Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 30 Jan 20081 Feb 2008

Conference

ConferencePure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2008
Abbreviated titlePACCON 2008
CountryThailand
CityBangkok
Period30/01/081/02/08

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Keywords

  • cations
  • anions
  • adsorption
  • cadmium
  • mekong river
  • sediments
  • physiology

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Keenan, H. E., Songsasen, A., Sakultantimetha, A., Bangkedphol, S., Lauhachinda, N., Homchan, U., & Chatsagonthong, C. (2008). Effects of cations, anions and PAHs an the adsorption of cadmium by the Mekong River sediments. 330. Paper presented at Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2008, Bangkok, Thailand.