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Data on metals (Zn, Al, Sr, and Co) and metalloid (As) concentration levels of ballast water in commercial ships entering Bushehr port, along the Persian Gulf

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In this article, we determined the concentration levels of metals including Zn, Al, Sr, and Co and metalloid of As of ballast water in commercial ships entering Bushehr port, along the Persian Gulf. Ballast water samples were taken from commercial ships entering Bushehr port from 34 ports around the world during 15 February and 25 August 2016. The concentration levels of metals and metalloid were determined by using a graphite furnace absorption spectrometer (AAS).

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The geographical location of all ports that their ships arriving in the Bushehr port.
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f0005: The geographical location of all ports that their ships arriving in the Bushehr port.

Mentions: Ballast water samples were taken from commercial ships entering Bushehr port along the Persian Gulf during 15 February and 25 August 2016. Samples were from 34 different ports (see Fig. 1). Each sample was deposited in a 100 ml sterile container, placed in a cooler at −4 °C, and transported to the laboratory at the same day that they were obtained from ship tanker. Samples acidified with nitric acid, and kept for analysis. The concentrations levels of metals and metalloid were determined by using a graphite furnace absorption spectrometer (AAS) method [1] (Varian, SpectrAA 240, Australia).


Data on metals (Zn, Al, Sr, and Co) and metalloid (As) concentration levels of ballast water in commercial ships entering Bushehr port, along the Persian Gulf
The geographical location of all ports that their ships arriving in the Bushehr port.
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f0005: The geographical location of all ports that their ships arriving in the Bushehr port.
Mentions: Ballast water samples were taken from commercial ships entering Bushehr port along the Persian Gulf during 15 February and 25 August 2016. Samples were from 34 different ports (see Fig. 1). Each sample was deposited in a 100 ml sterile container, placed in a cooler at −4 °C, and transported to the laboratory at the same day that they were obtained from ship tanker. Samples acidified with nitric acid, and kept for analysis. The concentrations levels of metals and metalloid were determined by using a graphite furnace absorption spectrometer (AAS) method [1] (Varian, SpectrAA 240, Australia).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

In this article, we determined the concentration levels of metals including Zn, Al, Sr, and Co and metalloid of As of ballast water in commercial ships entering Bushehr port, along the Persian Gulf. Ballast water samples were taken from commercial ships entering Bushehr port from 34 ports around the world during 15 February and 25 August 2016. The concentration levels of metals and metalloid were determined by using a graphite furnace absorption spectrometer (AAS).

No MeSH data available.