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Compost, bentonite and calcium oxide used for alleviation of the impact of petroleum products on some soil properties

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Wykorzystanie kompostu, bentonitu i tlenku wapnia w łagodzeniu wpływu substancji ropopochodnych na wybrane właściwości gleby
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Abstrakty
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The purpose of this study has been to test the effect of compost, bentonite and calcium oxide as substances alleviating light contamination with petrol and diesel oil (0, 2.5, 5 and 10 cm³ kg⁻¹) on some of the soil properties. The effect of petroleum products on soil properties depended on their dose and the application of alleviating substances to soil. Petrol (unlike diesel oil) had a rather negative effect on sorption characteristics of soil, raising hydrolytic acidity and decreasing its pH, total exchangeable bases, cation exchange capacity and base saturation of soil. Bentonite and calcium oxide produced a much positive effect on the analyzed soil properties than compost, generally causing an increase in pH, total exchangeable bases, cation exchange capacity and base saturation while decreasing hydrolytic acidity.
PL
Celem badań było zastosowanie kompostu, bentonitu i wapna do złagodzenia wpływu niewielkiego zanieczyszczenia benzyną i olejem napędowym (0, 2,5, 5 i 10 cm³ kg⁻¹) na niektóre właściwości gleby. Oddziaływanie substancji ropopochodnych na właściwości gleby zależało od ich dawki oraz dodatku substancji do gleby. Benzyna (w odróżnieniu od oleju napędowego) oddziaływała negatywnie na właściwości sorpcyjne gleby, przyczyniając się do zwiększenia kwasowości hydrolitycznej oraz zmniejszenia pH, sumy wymiennych kationów zasadowych, całkowitej pojemności wymiennej i stopnia wysycenia gleby kationami zasadowymi. Bentonit i tlenek wapnia korzystniej wpływały na badane właściwości gleby niż kompost, powodując na ogół wzrost pH, sumy wymiennych kationów zasadowych, pojemności wymiennej, stopnia wysycenia gleby zasadowymi kationami wymiennymi oraz przyczyniając się do zmniejszenia kwasowości hydrolitycznej.
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3
Opis fizyczny
p.327-337,ref.
Twórcy
  • Department of Environmental Chemistry, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, plac Lodzki 4, 10-727 Olsztyn, Poland
  • Department of Environmental Chemistry, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, plac Lodzki 4, 10-727 Olsztyn, Poland
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