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Introduction of a Redox-Responsive Switch into calix[4]arene-based Covalent Organic Nanosheets for Environmental Applications
Tina Skorjanc, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: redox chemistry, viologen, covalent organic polymers, calixarene, dye adsorption, iodine adsorption
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Redox-Tunable Polycationic Polymers for Environmental Applications
Tina Skorjanc, Goinda Das, Selbi Nuryyeva, Thirumurugan Prakasam, Ali Trabolsi, 2017, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: covalent polymers, viologen, redox chemistry, pollutant removal, dye adsorption, iodine capture
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Variations in U concentrations and isotope signatures in two Canadian lakes impacted by U mining: A combination of anthropogenic and biogeochemical processes
Wei Wang, Duc Huy Dang, Breda Novotnik, Thai T. Phan, R. Douglas Evans, 2019, original scientific article

Abstract: Temporal and vertical variations in uranium (U) concentrations and U isotope (δ238U, ‰) signatures were examined in sediment cores collected seven times over a one year period, from two lakes in Ontario, Canada, which are contaminated with U by historical mining activities. Bow Lake is holomictic, experiencing seasonal anoxia, while the sediments of meromictic Bentley Lake are permanently anoxic. Average annual peak concentrations of U in Bow Lake subsurface sediments were approximately 300 μg L−1 and 600 μg g−1 in porewater and bulk sediments, respectively. Similar ranges of concentrations (900 μg L−1 and 600 μg g−1, respectively) were observed in Bentley Lake sediments. The exceedingly high levels of U observed in the porewaters of both lakes, as well as the seasonal variability in U levels, challenge the traditional paradigm regarding U chemistry, i.e., that reduced U(IV) should be insoluble under anoxic conditions. The average annual δ238U ‰ values at the sediment-water interface of both lakes were similar (i.e., 0.47 ± 0.09‰ and 0.50 ± 0.16‰, relative to IRMM-184). The deep sediments in both Bentley Lake and Bow Lake record U isotope composition with a typical fractionation of 0.6‰ relative to the surface water, confirming authigenic U accumulation, i.e., negligible contribution of particulate material from the tailings. Also, the δ238U values in porewater have an average offset of ca. −0.1‰ relative to bulk sediments in anoxic zones and are reversed in the oxic sediment layer.
Keywords: Uranium Isotope composition Uranium tailings Biogeochemical cycling Redox chemistry
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