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By Mikel L. Sanchez

A heavy steel is a member of an ill-defined subset of components that convey metal houses, which might regularly contain the transition metals, a few metalloids, lanthanides, and actinides. many various definitions were proposed - a few in accordance with density, a few on atomic quantity or atomic weight, and a few on chemical homes or toxicity. The time period heavy steel has been referred to as 'meaningless and deceptive' in a IUPAC technical document as a result of the contradictory definitions and its loss of a 'coherent clinical basis'. As mentioned less than, looking on context, heavy steel can contain components lighter than carbon and will exclude the various heaviest metals. One resource defines 'heavy steel' as '...common transition metals, comparable to copper, lead, and zinc. those metals are a reason behind environmental toxins (heavy-metal toxins) from a couple of assets, together with lead in petrol, business effluents, and leaching of steel ions from the soil into lakes and rivers through acid rain'.

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47 48 Gorazd Žibret and Robert Šajn Figure 38. Map of the concentrations of the Zn in attic dust (top) and top soil (bottom) in the Celje area. Levels on map are percentile distribution. Figure 39. Map of the concentrations of the Cr in attic dust (top) and top soil (bottom; Šajn, 2005) in the Celje area. Levels on map are percentile distribution. Impacts of the Mining and Smelting Activities to the Environment 49 Figure 40. Map of the concentrations of the Ti in attic dust (top) and top soil (bottom; Šajn, 2005) in the Celje area.

Figure 39. Map of the concentrations of the Cr in attic dust (top) and top soil (bottom; Šajn, 2005) in the Celje area. Levels on map are percentile distribution. Impacts of the Mining and Smelting Activities to the Environment 49 Figure 40. Map of the concentrations of the Ti in attic dust (top) and top soil (bottom; Šajn, 2005) in the Celje area. Levels on map are percentile distribution. 5. Heavy Metal Contamination in the Jesenice Region Due to Ironworks Data for the nonparametric statistical presentation in the Jesenice area has been divided into two groups.

The 4 subsamples have been taken around central subsample in circle pattern with the radius of 10 meters. The total weight of composite sample has been approximately 1 kg. Figure 8. Sampling of the soils. 16 Gorazd Žibret and Robert Šajn Pre-analytical sample preparation includes drying on the room temperature (298 K), milling and sieving. The drying has been stopped when no additional weight loss has been observed. During drying process the sample has been stirred several times. If the soil contained a lot of clay or organic component the clots formed ant they have been broken up in the ceramic pot to assure uniform drying.

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