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Présence de composés organométalliques dans les effluents des centres de stockage des déchets ultimes de type II

Abstract : The present study emphasizes the importance of metal and metalloid speciation in landfill effluents.The presence of metallic elements in the waste is largely documented, but just few studies focus on their speciation. Due to the wide differences of toxicity between the various chemical forms of an element, the speciation is a key parameter to any toxicological studies. Organometallic compounds, originally present or generated in the waste, play an important role in the impact of the landfill effluents. In this environment, the important biological activity can enhance their formation. Depending on the considered element, the toxicity of the organic compounds can be higher than the inorganic compound one. The coupling of chromatographic techniques (high performance liquid chromatography and gas chromatography) with mass spectrometry allows the detection of different arsenic and tin species in the effluents of a French landfill. The occurrence of methylated species of arsenic and tin has been turned out in leachates and biogases of this investigated landfill.
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M. Ponthieu, P. Pinel, L. Mazeas, I. Le Hecho, D. Amouroux, et al.. Présence de composés organométalliques dans les effluents des centres de stockage des déchets ultimes de type II. Déchets Sciences et Techniques, INSA de Lyon 2007, 45, pp.13-19. ⟨10.4267/dechets-sciences-techniques.1562⟩. ⟨hal-02590174⟩

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