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- Van Mooy, Benjamin A. S., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Environmental science & technology 2018 v.52 no.2 pp. 522-530
- animals; arsenates; arsenic; biogeochemical cycles; biosynthesis; chlorophyll; environmental science; euphotic zone; high performance liquid chromatography; ion exchange; mass spectrometry; seawater; trophic relationships
- ... Arsenic occurs in marine waters, typically at concentrations of 1–2 μg As kg–¹, primarily as the inorganic species arsenate. Marine animals, however, contain extremely high levels of arsenic (typically 2000–20 000 μg As kg–¹ wet mass), most of which is present as arsenobetaine, an organic form of arsenic that has never been found in seawater. We report a method based on ion-exchange preconcentrati ...