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Syed Nadeem Hussain Bokhari

Syed Nadeem Hussain Bokhari
CAS Ceske Budejovice · Plant Biophysics and Biochemistry at BCAS, Ceske Budejovice

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Determination of trace element contents in crude oils constitutes a powerful geochemical tool, complementing organic geochemical analyses and allowing a deeper insight into the processes of oil generation, migration and maturation. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) has been widely applied to trace element determination in petrol...
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This work provides a measurement procedure for the complete digestion of rock samples containing refractory minerals such as zircon and chromite. Their dissolution by wet acid digestion is often incomplete but, although providing complete digestions, alkali fusion techniques can result in solutions with a high blank and total dissolved solids conte...
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The use of transplanted moss (Pleurozium schreberi) in active biomonitoring of traffic-related emissions of Pd, Pt, and Rh was studied. Moss mats were transplanted to three locations along highway E75 (in Oulu, Finland) at three different distances from the highway. Five samples were collected from a background site after the same exposure period....
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Picrites are intruded within the mantle peridotites in Darreh Deh area (in the east of Nain Ophiolitic mélange). Based on petrography and mineral chemistry, these picrites are composed of olivine (chrysolite), clinopyroxene (diopside), and orthopyroxene (enstatite) showing a cumulate texture, and small amount (less than 10 volume%) of plagioclase a...
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Moss samples (Pleurozium schreberi) exposed to traffic-related emission of Pd, Pt and Rh were analysed in this study. Successful elimination of interferences was achieved in the determination of Pd, Pt and Rh mass fractions in these samples using inductively coupled plasma tandem mass spectrometry (ICP-MS/MS). Based on the results, a reliable deter...
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The incineration of municipal solid wastes is an important part of the waste management system along with recycling and waste disposal, and the solid residues produced after the thermal process have received attention for environmental concerns and the recovery of valuable metals. This study focuses on the Critical Raw Materials (CRM) content in so...
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Critical raw materials (CM) are chemical elements and minerals such as Be, Co, Ga, Ge, In, Mg, Nb, Sb, Ta, W, Platinum Group Elements (PGE), Rare Earth Elements and Y (REY), fluorite, graphite, which are important for the technological development (European Commission, 2010) needed to achieve a low-carbon society. Solid residues from Municipal Soli...
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Solid residues from Municipal Solid Waste Incinerators (MSWI) may represent an unconventional source of REE and other critical raw materials as defined by the European Commission. In this contribution we present the total REE content in bottom and fly ashes, which are the common MSWI outputs, and their estimated annual flow are significant. Samples...
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The non-marine Fushun Basin in NE China is a fault-controlled basin filled with Eocene sediments. It hosts the largest opencast coal and oil shale mine in Asia. A single thick oil shale layer overlying sub-bituminous coal occurs within the Middle Eocene Jijuntun Formation. Based on mineralogy, inorganic and organic geochemistry, organic petrography...
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The Nain Ophiolite is one of the most complete harzburgitic-ophiolite suites exposed along the Nain-Baft Fault, around the Central-East Iranian Microcontinent (CEIM). It is a remnant of the Nain Ocean (Early Jurassic to upper Early Cretaceous-Paleocene). During the Cretaceous (~Albian to Cenomanian), ascending melts and serpentinization overprinted...
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Knowledge about the chemical composition of industrial waste is important for: i) risk assessment analysis, ii) understanding economic potential of residue for raw material supply and iii) mass flow analysis[1, 2]. Accurate analyte determination from industrial waste is hampered by incomplete digestion of refractory material e.g. industrial magnesi...
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The European Commission (2010) defined a list of “critical” raw materials on the basis of their relative economic importance and supply risk. Critical raw materials (CRM) are chemical elements and minerals such as Be, Co, Ga, Ge, In, Mg, Nb, Sb, Ta, W, Platinum Group Elements (PGE such as Ag, Au, Pd, Pt, Rh etc.), Rare Earth Elements and Y (REY), f...

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