Fei-Li Li

Zhejiang University of Technology, Hang-hsien, Zhejiang Sheng, China

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Publications (7)14.46 Total impact

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    ABSTRACT: Soil ingestion is an important human exposure pathway for lead (Pb). A modified physiologically based extraction test was applied to 70 soil samples from five battery plants in East China. The mean values for soil pH, soil organic matter, Fe and Mn concentrations ranged from 5.9% to 8.1, 0.37% to 2.2%, 2.78% to 3.75%, and 507-577mgkg(-1), respectively, while Pb concentrations ranged widely in 14.3-2000mgkg(-1). The isotopic ratios of 14 soils from one of the five battery plants formed a straight line in the plot of (208)Pb/(206)Pb vs. (207)Pb/(206)Pb, indicating Pb emissions from the lead battery plant as the dominant anthropogenic source within 200m. Lead bioaccessibility in the soils ranged from 4.1% to 66.9% in the gastric phase and from 0.28% to 9.29% in the gastrointestinal phase. Multiple step regressions identified modes as BAgastric=-106.8+0.627[Pb]+19.1[Fe]+11.3[SOM], and BAgastrointestinal=-2.852+0.078[Pb]. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
    Chemosphere 11/2014; 119C:1247-1254. DOI:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.09.100 · 3.34 Impact Factor
  • Fei-Li Li · Hua-Qian Mou ·
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    ABSTRACT: The effect of metal ions on elimination of 4-t-OP by synthetic delta-MnO2 suspension at pH 4.0 was studied. Experiments indicated that the removal of 4-t-OP by delta-MnO2 achieved 100% at reaction time of 150 min. However, the removal of 4-t-OP by delta-MnO2 was restrained when metal ions were added, and the higher concentration of metal ion was, the stronger the inhibition produced. Additionally, there were apparent differences among the inhibitory effect of the tested metal ions. Firstly, Pb2+ and Mn2+ had the strongest effect at pH 4.0, followed by the transition metal ions, then the alkaline earth ions, while the alkali metal ions had little influence on the removal of 4-t-OP by delta-MnO2. Also comparing the adsorption results of metal ions by delta-MnO2, Pb2+ showed the greatest attraction with delta-MnO2, and among the other metal ions, transition metal ions were adsorbed a little more strongly on delta-MnO2 than alkaline earth metal ions. Consequences showed that the inhibitory effects of metal ions were due to their occupying reactive sites on delta-MnO2 surface, which competed with 4-t-OP. Moreover, the dissimilar suppressions were contributed by the different adsorption capacities, surface structure change of MnO2 and the difference of free metal ion percentage in solution as well as metal ions radii.
    Huan jing ke xue= Huanjing kexue / [bian ji, Zhongguo ke xue yuan huan jing ke xue wei yuan hui "Huan jing ke xue" bian ji wei yuan hui.] 06/2013; 34(6):2232-9.
  • Zhi-Wei Wang · Jiexun Huang · Jin-Yuan Chen · Fei-Li Li ·
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    ABSTRACT: Determining the distribution of pesticides in fruits is essential to eliminate pesticide residues during food processing. In this study, the dynamic distribution of two pesticides, chlorothalonil (CHT) and chlorpyrifos (CHP), were determined in different tomato parts following immersion in pesticide solutions. The concentrations of CHT and CHP in tomato followed an order of cuticle>plasma>pulp. However, the plasma initially accumulated the highest pesticide concentration. And the ratio of CHT concentration to that of CHP in plasma was about 2.1:1, similar to the ratio in solution, which suggested carpopodium as the entry site for the pesticides tested. The ratio in the cuticle was 0.02:1-0.06:1. This was consistent with the ratio of Kow for the two pesticides, manifesting the direct pesticide transfer from solution to cuticle. Following pesticide injection into tomato, the degradation of CHT over 96h was described by a first-order decay equation, Ctomato(t)CHT=C0×e(-0.0239t). The CHP concentration in tomato remained nearly constant with little degradation detected. Deducting the amount of degradation and migration, volatilization appeared to contribute the most amount of migration of CHT and CHP in tomato.
    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 04/2013; 93. DOI:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2013.03.037 · 2.76 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Soils, vegetables and rainwaters from three vegetable production bases in the Guiyang area, southwest China, were analyzed for Pb concentrations and isotope compositions to trace its sources in the vegetables and soils. Lead isotopic compositions were not distinguishable between yellow soils and calcareous soils, but distinguishable among sampling sites. The highest (207)Pb/(206)Pb and (208)Pb/(206)Pb ratios were found for rainwaters (0.8547-0.8593 and 2.098-2.109, respectively), and the lowest for soils (0.7173-0.8246 and 1.766-2.048, respectively). The (207)Pb/(206)Pb and (208)Pb/(206)Pb ratios increased in vegetables in the order of roots<stems<leaves<fruits. Plots of the (207)Pb/(206)Pb ratios versus the (208)Pb/(206)Pb ratios from all samples formed a straight line and supported a binary end-member mixing model for Pb in vegetables. Using deep soils and rainwaters as geogenic and anthropogenic end members in the mixing model, it was estimated that atmospheric Pb contributed 30-77% to total Pb for vegetable roots, 43-71% for stems, 72-85% for leaves, and 90% for capsicum fruits, whereas 10-70% of Pb in all vegetable parts was derived from soils. This research supports that heavy metal contamination in vegetables can result mainly from atmospheric deposition, and Pb isotope technique is useful for tracing the sources of Pb contamination in vegetables.
    Science of The Total Environment 06/2012; 431:339-47. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.05.040 · 4.10 Impact Factor
  • Fei-li Li · Jin Yuan · G Daniel Sheng ·
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    ABSTRACT: The influence of film mulching on the migration of metals from soil to cabbage was investigated. Following a 50-day growth in field plots mulched or unmulched, root-zone soils and Chinese cabbage (Brassica chinensis L.) were sampled for metal analysis. Mulching slightly decreased the soil mobile (acid-extractable) Cd, but increased its transfer from root to the cabbage parts. As an essential element, Cu was readily transferred to the cabbage parts. While mulching decreased the soil mobile Zn, reduced soil pH resulted in its enhanced soil-to-root migration. This, however, did not increase the transfer of Zn within cabbage. Although mulching increased the soil mobile Pb by 200%, an increase in Pb in cabbage leaves but a decrease in stem result presumably from the enhanced foliar uptake of atmospheric Pb. This study suggests that mulching may promote the accumulation of toxic metals such as Cd and Pb in cabbage and therefore increase crop risks to human health.
    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 03/2012; 77:1-6. DOI:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2011.10.019 · 2.76 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Dust emissions from smelters, as a major contributor to heavy metal contamination in soils, could severely influence soil quality. Downwind surface soils within 1.5 km of a zinc smelter, which was active for 10 years but ceased in 2000, in Magu Town, Guizhou Province, China were selected to examine Pb, Zn, and Cd concentrations and their fractionation along a distance gradient from a zinc smelter, and to study the possible effects of Pb, Zn, and Cd accumulation on soil microorganisms by comparing with a reference soil located at a downwind distance of 10 km from the zinc smelter. Soils within 1.5 km of the zinc smelter accumulated high levels of heavy metals Zn (508 mg kg−1), Pb (95.6 mg kg−1), and Cd (5.98 mg kg−1) with low ratios of Zn/Cd (59.1–115) and Pb/Cd (12.4–23.4). Composite pollution indices (CPIs) of surface soils (2.52–15.2) were 3 to 13 times higher than the reference soils. In metal accumulated soils, exchangeable plus carbonate-bound fractions accounted for more than 10% of the total Zn, Pb, and Cd. The saturation degree of metals (SDM) in soils within 1.5 km of the smelter (averaging 1.25) was six times higher than that of the reference soils (0.209). A smaller soil microbial biomass was found more frequently in metal accumulated soils (85.1–438 μg C g−1)thanin reference soils (497 μg C g−1), and a negative correlation (P< 0.01) of soil microbial biomass carbon to organic carbon ratio (Cmic/Corg) with SDM was observed. Microbial consumption of carbon sources was more rapid in contaminated soils than in reference soils, and a shift in the substrate utilization pattern was apparent and was negatively correlated with SDM (R = −0.773, P< 0.01). Consequently, dust deposited Pb, Zn, and Cd in soils from zinc smelting were readily mobilized, and were detrimental to soil quality mainly in respect of microbial biomass.
    Pedosphere 08/2009; 19(4-19):422-433. DOI:10.1016/S1002-0160(09)60135-1 · 1.50 Impact Factor
  • Xiang-yang Bi · Yuan-gen Yang · Xin-bin Feng · Fei-li Li · Li Sun ·
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    ABSTRACT: Cultivated soils and maize samples from heavy metal contaminated locations affected by zinc smelting activities were collected in Hezhang County, Guizhou Province. Chemical fractions of zinc and cadmium (extracted by 0.01 mol x L(-1) CaCl2 and 0.005 mol x L(-1) DTPA) were evaluated by using a short three-step sequential extraction procedure. Results showed that Zn and Cd in soil were dominated by residual fraction, while the CaCl2 extractable and DTPA extractable fraction are only accounted for 0.63%, 3.91% for Zn, and 10.94%, 10.13% for Cd, respectively. Correlation analyses demonstrated that soil CaCl2 extractable metals were not correlated with maize metal concentrations, whereas the DTPA extractable fraction, residual fraction and total Zn and Cd concentrations were correlated significantly with the metal concentrations in maize roots, stems and leaves. These results indicated that CaCl2 extractable fraction may not pay important role on metal phytoavailability in the studied soils. While DTPA extractable fraction and total metal concentrations can be employed to evaluate metals phytoavailability.
    Huan jing ke xue= Huanjing kexue / [bian ji, Zhongguo ke xue yuan huan jing ke xue wei yuan hui "Huan jing ke xue" bian ji wei yuan hui.] 05/2006; 27(4):770-4.

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  • 2012-2014
    • Zhejiang University of Technology
      Hang-hsien, Zhejiang Sheng, China
  • 2009
    • Chinese Academy of Sciences
      • Institute of Geochemistry
      Peping, Beijing, China

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