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Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics

, Volume 68, Issue 6, pp 835–838 | Cite as

Toward a theory of the effect of inhibition of the transfer of radionuclides and heavy metals from soil to plants by ameliorants. 1. Formulation of the problem

  • P. P. Olodovskii
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Abstract

The effect of an ameliorant on soil and plants is characterized. A model of convective diffusion transfer of nutrition elements from the soil to plants is substantiated. Experimental results that determine a decrease in the ion diffusion coefficients in soil after the application of an ameliorant are presented.

Keywords

Heavy Metal Statistical Physic Diffusion Coefficient Radionuclide Convective Diffusion 
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References

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    V. M. Prokhorov, in: Research in Energy and Matter Transfer in the Soil-Plant-Air System [in Russian], Nauka Publ., Leningrad (1972) pp. 85–97.Google Scholar
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    P. Nye and P. B. Thinker, Motion of Solution in the Soil-Plant System [Russian translation], Moscow (1980).Google Scholar

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