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At variance with these results, a previous [sup.31]P magic angle spinning NMR and surface complexation modelling study suggested that two outer-sphere ternary complexes can be formed on gibbsite in the presence of both IHP and Cd(II), and the predominant one is dependent on the adsorbate concentration (Ruyter-Hooley et al.
The combination of the (5s5p4d)/[4s4p3d] + 2s1p1d basis set for lanthanoids and the cc-pvdz basis set for non-lanthanoids can be suggested as optimal for further studies of lanthanoid cation complexation as it is a good compromise between cost and accuracy.
Ioannou, "Spectrofluorimetric study of the acid-base equilibria and complexation behavior of the fluoroquinolone antibiotics ofloxacin, norfloxacin, ciprofloxacin and pefloxacin in aqueous solution," Analytica Chimica Acta, vol.
Huang et al., "A host-guest complexation based fluorescent probe for the detection of paraquat and diquat herbicides in aqueous solutions," RSC Advances, vol.
At basic conditions, Cu sorption becomes stronger because of its complexation with the organic matter in sediments [32, 33].
Brugger, "Metal complexation and ion hydration in low density hydrothermal fluids: Ab initio molecular dynamics simulation of Cu(I) and Au(I) in chloride solutions (25-1000[degrees]C, 1-5000bar)," Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol.
At low pH, 1:1 & 1:2 complexation dominates over 1:3 species, which are easier to be reduced.
Nanogels were prepared by creating electrostatic interactions and heating-induced complexations between LDL and polysaccharides.
Complexation of trace metals by adsorbed natural organic matter, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 48: 679-691.
Use of surface complexation models in soil chemical systems, Advances in agronomy 47: 233-329.

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