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On the nature of dissolved copper ligands in the early buoyant plume of hydrothermal vents

Laura Cotte, Dario Omanović, Matthieu Waeles, Agathe Laës, Cécile Cathalot, Pierre-Marie Sarradin, Ricardo D. Riso

Environmental context. Copper released by deep-sea hydrothermal vents has been recognised to be partly stabilised against precipitation by its complexation with strong Cu binding ligands. Yet, the sources and nature of these compounds in such environments are still not fully understood. This study shows that the Cu ligands detected are hydrothermally sourced and could be mainly inorganic sulfur species.


Authors:   ie=edge
Journal:   Environmental Chemistry
Year:   2018
DOI:   10.1071/EN17150
Publication date:   03-May-2018
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