FT-IR and UV-Spectroscopic Analyses of the Chemical Compositions of Needles from European Spruce Picea abies and Scots Pine Pinus sуlvestris L.
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Samples of needles from European spruce Picea abies and Scots pine Pinus sylvestris L. that were collected in Tver in zones with different anthropogenic impacts were investigated. The chemical compositions of conifer needles in different years of life were determined. IR and UV absorption spectra were used to compare pollutant accumulations in needles of different conifer species at collection points with similar anthropogenic impacts. The dependence of the qualitative chemical composition of the needles on the type of pollutant (depending on the collection point) was determined.
KeywordsEuropean spruce Picea abies Scots pine Pinus sylvestris L. FT-IR spectroscopy electronic spectroscopy chemical composition
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