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  • Accumulation o f lead and cadmium in vegetables and farmland near Hoa Khanh industrial zone, Da Nang city.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Vo, Van Minh; Nguyen, Van Khanh; Dam, Minh Anh; Tran, Duy Vinh (2012)

  • Farmland around industrial zones is generally polluted by ứie emission of heavy metal from factories. Thus the farmland can potentially cause negative accumulation of heavy metal in soil and in vegetables. Hoa Khanh industrial zone where many factories are now located, has led to adverse inpacts on envừonment and habitats. The result from the scientific research has presented ứiat concenứatìon of lead in soil in Hoa Khanh Bac and Hoa Hiep Nam ward has been not yet polluted, but cadmium content is from 1.92 to 2.37 times higher than Vietnamese standard. Alternatively, heavy metal (Pb, Cd) content in spinach ự m pom ea aquaticForrsikaJ shows that it is approximately the allowed limi...

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  • Authors: Nguyen, VanKhanh; Vo, Van Minh; Nguyen, Duy Vinh; Luu, Duc Hai (2010)

  • The paper presents the research results of accumul ation ofMercury in sediment and two bivalves species: Heamolymph Clam(Meretrix meretrix) and Clam(Corbicula sp.) from Cua Dai estuary, Hoi An city. The average concentration of Hg in sediments is 0.145 ± 0. 052 μg/g, under allowed limit by the PELS standard (Canada)(≤ 0. 7 μg/g). Content of Hg accumulated in the tissues of Meretrix meretrix is 0. 073 ± 0. 045 μg/g and H is 0.066 ± 0.044 μg/g, lower than the allowed standard of the Ministry of Health. Concentration of Hg in sediments and tissues of Meretrix meretrix is positive correlation, at "medium co...

  • Potential of using vetiver grass to remediate soil contaminated with heavy metals.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Vo, Van Minh; Nguyen, Van Khanh; Le, Van Khoa (2011)

  • Vetiver grass is a plant with strong vitality in harsh conditions. This grass is now being applied widely in the field of soil erosion in the world. In this study, we evaluated the ability of vetiver grass to absorb some of heavy metals in the soil as Cd, Zn, Cu and Pb to determine the viability of using this species in remediation of soil contaminated. Research results showed that the absorption of heavy metals of this species was low (coefficient of BF and TF <1). However, as a result of high biomass, Vetiver grass can absor band remove heavy metals greatly from the soil. After 3 months planting, vetiver grass has accumulated from 0.05 to 0.23mg Cd /10kg soil; from 19...

Browsing by Author Vo, Van Minh

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  • Accumulation o f lead and cadmium in vegetables and farmland near Hoa Khanh industrial zone, Da Nang city.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Vo, Van Minh; Nguyen, Van Khanh; Dam, Minh Anh; Tran, Duy Vinh (2012)

  • Farmland around industrial zones is generally polluted by ứie emission of heavy metal from factories. Thus the farmland can potentially cause negative accumulation of heavy metal in soil and in vegetables. Hoa Khanh industrial zone where many factories are now located, has led to adverse inpacts on envừonment and habitats. The result from the scientific research has presented ứiat concenứatìon of lead in soil in Hoa Khanh Bac and Hoa Hiep Nam ward has been not yet polluted, but cadmium content is from 1.92 to 2.37 times higher than Vietnamese standard. Alternatively, heavy metal (Pb, Cd) content in spinach ự m pom ea aquaticForrsikaJ shows that it is approximately the allowed limi...

  • TC_02642.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Nguyen, VanKhanh; Vo, Van Minh; Nguyen, Duy Vinh; Luu, Duc Hai (2010)

  • The paper presents the research results of accumul ation ofMercury in sediment and two bivalves species: Heamolymph Clam(Meretrix meretrix) and Clam(Corbicula sp.) from Cua Dai estuary, Hoi An city. The average concentration of Hg in sediments is 0.145 ± 0. 052 μg/g, under allowed limit by the PELS standard (Canada)(≤ 0. 7 μg/g). Content of Hg accumulated in the tissues of Meretrix meretrix is 0. 073 ± 0. 045 μg/g and H is 0.066 ± 0.044 μg/g, lower than the allowed standard of the Ministry of Health. Concentration of Hg in sediments and tissues of Meretrix meretrix is positive correlation, at "medium co...

  • Potential of using vetiver grass to remediate soil contaminated with heavy metals.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Vo, Van Minh; Nguyen, Van Khanh; Le, Van Khoa (2011)

  • Vetiver grass is a plant with strong vitality in harsh conditions. This grass is now being applied widely in the field of soil erosion in the world. In this study, we evaluated the ability of vetiver grass to absorb some of heavy metals in the soil as Cd, Zn, Cu and Pb to determine the viability of using this species in remediation of soil contaminated. Research results showed that the absorption of heavy metals of this species was low (coefficient of BF and TF <1). However, as a result of high biomass, Vetiver grass can absor band remove heavy metals greatly from the soil. After 3 months planting, vetiver grass has accumulated from 0.05 to 0.23mg Cd /10kg soil; from 19...