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Arsenic is mobilized by natural weathering reactions, biological activity, geochemical reactions, volcanic emissions and other anthropogenic activities. Soil erosion and leaching contribute to 612 10 8 and 2380 10 8 gyear of arsenic, respectively, in dissolved and suspended forms in the oceans . Most environmental arsenic problems are

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