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Laurent André, Christomir Christov, Arnault Lassin and Mohamed Azaroual

.; Christov C.; Lassin A., Azaroual, M., Water Rock Interaction [WRI14],Thermodynamic behavior of FeCl 3 -H 2 O and HCl-FeCl 3 -H 2 O systems - A Pitzer Model at 25°C, Procedia Earth and Planetary Science , 2013 , 7 , 14-18. [17]. André L.; Christov, C.; Lassin A.; Azaroual, M., Thermodynamic model for solution behavior and solid-liquid equilibrium in Na-Al(III)-Fe(III)-Cr(III)-Cl-H 2 O system at 25°C, Acta Scientifica Naturalis , 2018 , 5 , 6-16. [18]. Lach, A.; André, L.; Guignot, S.; Christov, C.; Henocq, P.; Lassin, A., A Pitzer parameterization to

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Laurent André, Christomir Christov, Arnault Lassin and Mohamed Azaroual

., André, L., Azaroual, M., A thermodynamic model of aqueous electrolyte solution behavior and solid liquid equilibrium in the Li-H-Na-K-Cl-OH-H 2 O system to a very high concentrations (40 molal) from 0° to 250°C, American Journal of Science, 2015 , 315, 204-256. [10]. Christov, C., Dixon, A., Moller N., Thermodynamic modeling of aqueous aluminum chemistry and solid liquid equilibria to high solution concentration and temperature. I. The acidic H-Al-Na-K-Cl-H 2 O system from 0° to 100°C, J. Solution Chem ., 2007 , 36, 1495-1523. [11]. Moller, N

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Pentrák Martin, Madejová Jana, Andrejkovičová Slávka, Uhlík Peter and Komadel Peter

. & Komadel P. 1997: Characterization and catalytic activity of acid-treated, size-fractionated smectites. J. Physical Chemistry B 101, 5324-5331. Brindley G.W. & Nakahira M. 1959: The kaolinite-mullite reactions series. I. A survey of outstanding problems. II. Metakaolin. III. The high temperature phases. J. Amer. Ceramic Soc. 42, 311-324. Bruker AXS 2000, TOPAS V2.0: General profile and structure analysis software for powder diffraction data. User Manual, Bruker AXS, Karlsruhe, Germany. Bulens M. & Delmon B. 1977: The

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Marcin Becher, Krzysztof Pakuła, Joanna Pielech and Ewa Trzcińska

, manganese and aluminium. Human impact on the environment including nitrogen management [ Chojnicki, Czarnowska 1993 , Sapek 2014 ]. Resources and forms of the soil phosphorus influence the flora diversity and environmental values of meadows [ Kamiński, Chrzanowski 2009 ]. The key information about forms of occurrence of phosphorus and the role of the soil in the biogeochemistry of that element is provided by the research using the speciation analysis [ Brogowski 1966 , Schlichting et al. 2002 , Oktaba, Czerwinski 2003 , Litaor et al. 2004 , Urbaniak, Sapek 2004

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Barbara Sensuła, Sławomir Wilczyński, Laurence Monin, Mohammed Allan, Anna Pazdur and Nathalie Fagel

1 Introduction Anthropogenic emissions of pollutants modify air quality and soil chemistry. Sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon oxide, fine particulate matter such as soot, dust and emissions from factories and diesel vehicles are the major air pollutants. The input of pollutants to the atmosphere has increased significantly since the middle of 20 th century due to increased industrial activities all over the world. In Poland the highest levels of dust and gaseous pollutants were recorded in 1980s ( Fig. 1 . Boden et al ., 2016 ). Since the 1980s

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Yuen-Yeung Tse and Sheng-Hua Li

the lake is important in predicting future hydrological changes, as well as managing water resources in the region. Fig. 1 Map of northern Xinjiang showing the major water systems, including the Manas Lake west of the Gurbantunggut Desert. Inset map shows the northern Xinjiang area (in dotted rectangle) and the present wind systems in Asia ( Herzschuh, 2006 ). Fig. 2 Google Earth image showing the Manas Lake area and two NE-trending faults. Sampling locations for this study (red dots) and for previous studies by Fan et al. (2012) and