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Wagner, S; Santner, J; Irrgeher, J; Puschenreiter, M; Happel, S; Prohaska, T.
(2022): Selective Diffusive Gradients in Thin Films (DGT) for the Simultaneous Assessment of Labile Sr and Pb Concentrations and Isotope Ratios in Soils
ANAL CHEM. 2022; 94(16): 6338-6346. FullText FullText_BOKU

A method using diffusive gradients in thin films (DGT) for the accurate quantification of trace-level (mu g L-1) Sr and Pb concentrations and isotope ratios [delta(SRM) (987)((ST)-S-87/Sr-86) and delta(SRM) (981)(Pb-207/Pb-206) in labile, bioavailable element fractions in soils is reported. The method is based on a novel poly-(tetrafluoroethylene) (PTFE) membrane binding layer with combined di(2-ethyl-hexyl)phosphoric acid (HDEHP) and 4,4'(5')-bis-t-butylcydohexano-18-crown-6 (crown ether) functionality with high selectivity for Sr and Pb (TK100 membrane). Laboratory evaluation of the TK100 DGT showed linear uptake of Sr over time (2-24 h) up to very high Sr mass loadings on TK100 membranes (288 mu g cm(-2)) and effective performance in the range of pH (3.9-8.2), ionic strength (0.001-0.1 mol L-1), and cation competition (50-160 mg L-1 Ca in a synthetic soil solution matrix) of environmental interest. Selective three-step elution of TK100 membranes using hydrochloric acid allowed us to obtain purified Sr and Pb fractions with adequate (>= 75%) recovery and quantitative (>= 96%) matrix reduction. Neither DGT-based sampling itself nor selective elution or mass loading effects caused significant isotopic fractionation. Application of TK100 DGT in natural soils and comparison with conventional approaches of bioavailability assessment demonstrated the method's unique capability to obtain information on Sr and Pb resupply dynamics and isotopic variations with low combined uncertainty within a single sampling step.
Autor*innen der BOKU Wien:
Puschenreiter Markus
Santner Jakob
Wagner Stefan
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