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Physico-chimie des matières en suspension de la Moselle et de ses affluents

Abstract : This work uses geochemical and mineralogical approaches to characterize physical and chemical properties of suspended solids in the Moselle and its tributaries. The study focused on analyzing the pollutants in dissolved and particulate compartments. This allowed (i) the identification of inorganic components composition in particles and colloids in the aquatic environment of the Moselle and one of its tributaries: the Fensch, (ii) the determination of the evolution of inorganic contributions along Moselle and the Fensch and their transfer to the confluence Fensch-Moselle in addition to the determination of main contamination sources, (iii) the identification of organo-mineral associations and the determination of the organization of aggregates, (iv) the analysis of the speciation of some elements by microanalysis. This work highlighted the importance of studying suspended solids that are often neglected compared to water and sediments compartments
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Caroline Duriez. Physico-chimie des matières en suspension de la Moselle et de ses affluents. Autre. Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010INPL056N⟩. ⟨tel-01748839⟩

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