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(http://www.gso.uri.edu/icpms/how_does.htm).

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(9.0) Appendix (9.1) Appendix A (9.1.1) Arsenic (As) Table (9.1.1.1) Table shows mass of sub-samples applied in sequential extraction schemes for As measurments

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SE 2= soil sub-samples in sequential extraction scheme 2 Table (9.1.1.3) Table shows calibration absorabances of arsenic (As) HG-AAS measurements against different As standard solutions

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(9.1.2) Iron (Fe) in arsenic measurement Table (9.1.2.1) Table shows mass of sub-samples applied in sequential extraction schemes for Fe measurments

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(9.1.3) Manganese (Mn) in arsenic measurement Table (9.1.3.1) Table shows mass of sub-samples applied in sequential extraction schemes for Mn measurements

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(9.1.4) X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) Powder pellets Table (9.1.4.1) Table shows mass of samples used for glass pellets preparation of XRF analysis

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Table (9.1.4.5) Table shows internal standard program applied in XRF measurement (Part 1) Nachweisgrenzen und Fehlerbetrachtung der Spurenelementeichung für As, Cd, Sn, Sb und Pb für das RFA-Spektrometer MagiXPRO, Fa. Philips, Bj 2002

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Table (9.1.4.6) Table shows internal standard program applied in XRF measurement (Part 2) Fehlerbetrachtung der Hauptelementeichung MzGeo14 für das RFA-Spektrometer MagiXPRO, Fa. Philips, Bj 2002

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(9.1.5) Standard addition of samples with masking agent (1% Cysteine) Table (9.1.5.1) Table shows calibration absorbance of arsenic (As) HG-AAS measurements against different As standard solutions with addition of 1% cysteine masking agent in each sample

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Table (9.1.5.2) Table shows measured As absorbances in HG-AAS measurements by standard addition with 1% cysteine masking agent in each samples (Step 1)

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Table (9.1.5.3) Table shows measured As absorbances in HG-AAS measurements by standard addition with 1% cysteine masking agent in each samples (Step 2)

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Table (9.1.5.4) Table shows measured As absorbances in HG-AAS measurements by standard addition with 1% cysteine masking agent in each samples (Step 3)

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Table (9.1.5.5) Table shows measured As absorbances in HG-AAS measurements by standard addition with 1% cysteine masking agent in each samples (Step 4)

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Table (9.1.5.6) Table shows measured As absorbances in HG-AAS measurements by standard addition with 1% cysteine masking agent in each samples (Step 5)

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3 2 0.66 0.665 0.6625 0.002 0.658 0.0843 0.0849 0.045 0.02961 6 0.906 0.904 0.905 0.002 0.9005 0.1127 0.1125 0.040523 7 1.011 1.008 1.0095 0.002 1.005 0.124 0.1237 0.045225

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3 2 0.05 0.051 0.0505 0.002 0.042 0.0065 0.0066 0.04 0.00168 6 0.639 0.641 0.626 0.635333 0.002 1.262167 0.0818 0.0803 0.08 0.04 0.050487 7 0.5 0.495 0.476 0.490333 0.002 0.972167 0.0646 0.0641 0.0617 0.04 0.038887

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3 2 0.479 0.491 0.485 0.002 0.4575 0.062 0.0635 0.04 0.0183 6 0.471 0.476 0.4735 0.002 0.446 0.061 0.0616 0.04 0.01784 7 0.584 0.574 0.579 0.002 0.5515 0.0751 0.0738 0.04 0.02206

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3 2 0.216 0.221 0.2185 0.002 0.2055 0.0281 0.0288 0.05 0.010275 6 0.449 0.432 0.432 0.437667 0.002 0.862333 0.0582 0.056 0.0561 0.05 0.043117

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3 2 27.551 28.854 28.979 28.46133 0 28.45767 28.45767 28.45767 0.04 1.138307 6 19.541 19.07 18.515 19.042 0 19.03833 19.03833 19.03833 0.04 0.761533 7 17.079 17.296 17.271 17.21533 0 17.21167 17.21167 17.21167 0.04 0.688467

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3 2 44.372 45.099 43.595 44.35533 0 44.24967 44.24967 44.24967 0.04 1.769987 6 30.482 31.347 29.814 30.54767 0 30.442 30.442 30.442 0.04 1.21768 7 30.822 29.845 29.157 29.94133 0 29.83567 29.83567 29.83567 0.04 1.193427

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3 2 7.29 7.372 7.331 0.028 7.2665 7.2665 7.2665 0.04 0.29066 6 3.491 3.434 3.4625 0.031 3.395 3.395 3.395 0.04 0.1358 7 2.694 2.465 2.54 2.566333 0 2.529833 2.529833 2.529833 0.04 0.101193

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3 2 3.957 3.81 3.8835 0.028 3.826 3.826 3.826 0.05 0.1913 6 2.003 1.973 1.988 0.028 1.9305 1.9305 1.9305 0.05 0.096525

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Fig (9.1.10.1) Bar chart of sequential extraction of copper (mg/kg) manganese (g/kg) and iron (g/kg) distribution in six sub-samples among 4 steps. Cu, Mn and Fe concentrations are displayed within the related bar stacks.

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Fig (9.1.10.2) Bar chart shows average percentage recoveries for the six lime sub-subsamples under the sequential extraction scheme of Cu and the matrix elements of Fe, Mn and Ca.

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(9.1.11) Copper with sodium acetate/acetic acid in first extraction step The obtained copper, iron, manganese and calcium absorbances against corresponding concentrations data of six individual sub-samples in figure 9.1.10.2 could be referred to the attached CD in the thesis. The following table 9.1.11.1 shows the file name for each measured elements.

Table (9.1.11.1) Table shows measured element absorbance data files in attached CD

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(9.1.12) Thallium sub-sample concentrations measured by ICP-MS The obtained Tl, Tl and Rh counts per second (CPS) against corresponding concentrations data of different soil samples could be referred to the attached CD in the thesis.

The following table 9.1.12.1 shows the corresponding file names for the thallium measurements.

Table (9.1.12.1) Table shows measured element CPS data files in attached CD

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(9.1.13) Thallium concentrations in minerals and soils Table (9.1.13.1) Table shows Tl concentrations range (ppm) in silicates and sulphides minerals (Ivanov, 1996)

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Table (9.1.13.2) Table shows Tl concentrations (ppm) in upper soil layers at various countries 1) Tremel et al. 1997, 2)Kabata-Pendias et al. (2001),3) Xiao et al. (2004).

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Fig (9.1.14.1) Graph plot shows trend of Greenland sub-samples thallium concentrations extracted by ammonium nitrate solution with increasing sample depth at location 1.

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Fig (9.1.14.2) Graph plot shows trend of Greenland sub-samples thallium concentrations extracted by aqua regia acid digestion with increasing sample depth at location 1.

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Fig (9.1.14.3) Graph plot shows trend of agricultural sub-samples thallium concentrations extracted by ammonium nitrate solution with increasing sample depth at location 1.

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Fig (9.1.14.4) Graph plot shows trend of agricultural sub-samples thallium concentrations extracted by aqua regia acid digestion with increasing sample depth at location 1.

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Fig (9.1.14.5) Graph plot shows trend of sub-samples thallium concentrations extracted by ammonium nitrate solution with increasing sample depth at location 2.

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Fig (9.1.14.6) Graph plot shows trend of sub-samples thallium concentrations extracted by aqua regia acid digestion with increasing sample depth at location 2.

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0.1 0.05

-5 0 5 10 15 20 25

-0.05 Graph plot K 0.45

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-10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25

-0.05 Graph plot W

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0.3 (9.3) Appendix C (9.3.1) Instrumentation (1) Atomic absorption spectroscopy :

Varian SpectrAA-300, PSC-56 Programmable Sample Changer, GTA-96 Graphite Tube Atomizer, NaBH4, flow-rate 1.2 ml/min; sample flow-rate 11.0 ml/min Table (9.3.1.1): Parameters of hydride generation pump of HG-AAS

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(2) X-ray fluorescence analysis:

Fa. Philips, Baujahr 2002, RFA-Spectrometer MagiXPRO, ionization energies maximum

4.0kW (3) Disposable sterile centrifuge tube:

VWR, polypropylene, 50ml

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(5) Filter paper:

Sartorius, Polycarbonate Track-Etch Membrane, Sartorius AG-37075, GoettingenGermany (6) Milli-Q water system:

SG Water, Barsbuttel, Germany (7) Oven MMM oven, Medcenter Einrichtungen GmbH, MMM-Group, Venticell (8) Instrument for loss of ignition (LOI) Arnold Schröder, Nabertherm, 1000oC, Program Controller S27

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COSHH Assessment

1) Supra pure concentrated hydrochloric acid 30%, Merck, corrosive H2

2) Titanium chloride (TiCl3,15%) in 10% HCl for synthesis, Merck, corrosive H2

3) Sodium borohydride (NaBH4), pro analysis, Merck, H2

4) Potassium Iodide (KI), pro analysis, Merck, H2

5) Ascorbic acid (L+), Merck, corrosive H2

6) Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), pro analysis, Merck, irritant H2

7) Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), in tetrasodium salt dehydrate, Fluka, irritant H2

8) Hydroxylamine hydrochloride, p.a. 99.0%, Fluka, harmful H2

9) Sodium phosphate, Acro’s monobasic for analysis, anhydrous, Acros organics, H2

10) Citric acid, anhydrous for synthesis, Merck, corrosive H2

11) Ammonium oxlate, pro analysis, Merck, H2

12) Oxalic acid, pro analysis, Merck, H2

13) Sodium dithionite, pro analysis, Merck, H2

14) Ammonium nitrate, pro analysis, Merck, H2

15) Arsenic solution standard, 1000 mg/l, Merck, toxic H2

16) Manganese solution standard (in MnCl2∙4H2O), 1000 mg/l, Riedel-de Häen, H2

17) Iron solution standard (in FeCl2∙2H2O), 1000 mg/l, Riedel-de Häen, H2

18) Copper solution standard (in CuCl2∙2H2O), 1000 mg/l, Riedel-de Häen, H2

19) Thallium solution standard, 1000 mg/l, Merck, toxic H2

20) Rhodium solution standard 1000 mg/l, Merck, toxic H2 (10.0) Curriculum vitae (CV) Personal details

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Date of birth: 29/05/1979 Nationality: Hong Kong Tel: (+49)-(0)-160-9974-6317 Email: lui@uni-mainz.de Address: Wittichweg 45, Zimmer 212, 55128 Mainz, Germany Education background 2008-2011 PhD in Geochemistry

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PhD thesis: Speciation of Metals in Agricultural Lime and Contaminated Soil 2006-2007 MSc Master of Science in Chemical Process Engineering

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Professional Memberships Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), UK – Associate Member (Pending) Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), UK – Affiliate Member (Pending) Peer-refereed publications (1) Gerald T. Schmidt, Ka Hei Lui, Michael Kersten, 2009. Speciation and mobility of arsenic in agricultural lime. Journal of Environmental Quality 38, 2058-2069 (2) Michael Kersten, Tatiana Y. Reich, Ka Hei Lui, Gerald T. Schmidt, Jörg Göttlicher.

Speciation of copper enriched in agricultural lime. Soil Science Society of America Journal Vol. 75, No.2, 509-520, March-April, 2011 Report case studies (1) To: “An das Oberlandesgericht Hamm, z.H. Herrn Richter Serwe, Heßlerstr. 53, 59065 Hamm, Deutschland. Sachverständigengutachten, im Rechtsstreit Kohnhorst./.

Dyckerhoff AG, Geschäftsnummer: I-24 U 131/07.

(2) To: “An das Landgericht Münster, z.H. Herrn Richter Dr. Terhan, Am Stadtgraben 10, 48143 Münster, Deutschland. Sachverständigengutachten, im Rechtsstreit Meyer./.

Dyckerhoff AG, Geschäftsnummer: 011-O-530/04.

Presentations (1) G. T. Schmidt, K. H. Lui, M. Kersten. Speciation and mobility of arsenic in agricultural lime. Journal of Environmental Quality. Oral presentation in Ebernburg GRK 826/3 meeting, November 2008, Mainz, Germany.

(2) Michael Kersten, Tatiana Y. Reich, Ka Hei Lui, Gerald T. Schmidt, Jörg Göttlicher, 2010.

Speciation of copper enriched in agricultural lime. Soil Science Society of America Journal. Oral presentation in Ebernburg GRK 826/3 meeting, November 2009, Mainz, Germany.

Employment

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Languages Fluent in Cantonese and English. Average and basic skills in Mandarin and German.



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