Polymeric forms of Al13 and silicon compounds as unconventional binding agents for some toxic metals in soils

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Own studies and literature data allowed for the evaluation of sorbents in view of the general verification criteria, which are necessary for any sorbent to be applied with no harm to the environment. Polymeric forms of Al13 and Si compounds are examples of mineral sorbents that influence metals' toxicity in the environment.

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