Le chrome en milieu marin

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Chiffoleau, Jean-francois;
(1994)
  • Subject: Toxicity | Air water exchanges | Chromium | Biogeochemical cycle | Marine environment | Economic analysis | Pollution
    mesheuropmc: inorganic chemicals | technology, industry, and agriculture

Le présent document constitue une synthèse des connaissances sur le cycle biogéochimique du chrome. Les sources naturelles et anthropiques sont étudiées, les échanges entre les différents compartiments géochimiques sont évalués, avec une attention particulière portée à ... View more
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