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The applicability of spectroscopy methods for estimating potentially toxic elements in soils: state-of-the-art and future trends

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Potentially toxic elements (PTEs) in soils pose severe threats to the environment and human health. It is therefore imperative to have access to simple, rapid, portable, and accurate methods for their detection in soils. In this regard, the review introduces recent progresses made in the development and applications of spectroscopic methods for in situ semi-quantitative and quantitative detection of PTEs in soil and critically compares them to standard analytical methods. The advantages and limitations of these methods are discussed together with recent advances in chemometrics and data mining techniques allowing to extract useful information based on spectral data. Furthermore, the factors influencing soil spectra and data analysis are discussed and recommendations on how to reduce or eliminate their influences are provided. Future research and development needs for spectroscopy techniques are emphasized, and an analytical framework based on technology integration and data fusion is proposed to improve the measurement accuracy of PTEs in soil.
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Instrumentation, Spectroscopy

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Nawar, Said, S. Cipullo, R. K. Douglas, F. Coulon, and Abdul Mouazen. 2019. “The Applicability of Spectroscopy Methods for Estimating Potentially Toxic Elements in Soils: State-of-the-art and Future Trends.” Applied Spectroscopy Reviews: 1–33.
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Nawar, S., Cipullo, S., Douglas, R. K., Coulon, F., & Mouazen, A. (2019). The applicability of spectroscopy methods for estimating potentially toxic elements in soils: state-of-the-art and future trends. Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 1–33.
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Nawar S, Cipullo S, Douglas RK, Coulon F, Mouazen A. The applicability of spectroscopy methods for estimating potentially toxic elements in soils: state-of-the-art and future trends. Applied Spectroscopy Reviews. Informa UK Limited; 2019;1–33.
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Nawar, Said et al. “The Applicability of Spectroscopy Methods for Estimating Potentially Toxic Elements in Soils: State-of-the-art and Future Trends.” Applied Spectroscopy Reviews (2019): 1–33. Print.
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  abstract     = {Potentially toxic elements (PTEs) in soils pose severe threats to the environment and human health. It is therefore imperative to have access to simple, rapid, portable, and accurate methods for their detection in soils. In this regard, the review introduces recent progresses made in the development and applications of spectroscopic methods for in situ semi-quantitative and quantitative detection of PTEs in soil and critically compares them to standard analytical methods. The advantages and limitations of these methods are discussed together with recent advances in chemometrics and data mining techniques allowing to extract useful information based on spectral data. Furthermore, the factors influencing soil spectra and data analysis are discussed and recommendations on how to reduce or eliminate their influences are provided. Future research and development needs for spectroscopy techniques are emphasized, and an analytical framework based on technology integration and data fusion is proposed to improve the measurement accuracy of PTEs in soil.},
  author       = {Nawar, Said and Cipullo, S. and Douglas, R. K. and Coulon, F. and Mouazen, Abdul},
  issn         = {0570-4928},
  journal      = {Applied Spectroscopy Reviews},
  keywords     = {Instrumentation,Spectroscopy},
  pages        = {1--33},
  publisher    = {Informa UK Limited},
  title        = {The applicability of spectroscopy methods for estimating potentially toxic elements in soils: state-of-the-art and future trends},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/05704928.2019.1608110},
  year         = {2019},
}

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