Org. matter chemistry in bottom sediments of freshwater and salt lakes in Southern Siberia

O. V. Serebrennikova, E. B. Strel’nikova, M. A. Duchko, P. B. Kadychagov, I. V. Russkikh

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    Abstract

    Data on the composition of organic compounds in the sediments of freshwater lakes Kirek and Murashka and salt lakes Tus and Mormyshanskoe (Southern Siberia) have been obtained for the first time. The identified compounds include acyclic, alicyclic, and aromatic hydrocarbons; aliphatic acids of normal structure and their esters; acyclic aldehydes; acyclic and alicyclic ketones; acyclic, alicyclic, and aromatic spirits; triphenylphosphates; furans; and thiophenes. Also identified were specific organic compounds intrinsic in lakes with different degree of mineralization and the main sources of organic compounds in sediments. The characteristics of the environmental state of the examined lakes were determined. The maximum set of organic compounds of anthropogenic origin was found in the sediments of Lake Mormyshanskoe.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)798-809
    Number of pages12
    JournalWater Resources
    Volume42
    Issue number6
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2015

    Keywords

    • aromatic hydrocarbons
    • chromatography-mass spectrometry
    • lake sediments
    • n-alkanes
    • n-paraffins
    • oxygen-containing acyclic and cyclic compounds
    • steroids
    • terpenoids
    • thiophenes

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Water Science and Technology

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    Serebrennikova, O. V., Strel’nikova, E. B., Duchko, M. A., Kadychagov, P. B., & Russkikh, I. V. (2015). Org. matter chemistry in bottom sediments of freshwater and salt lakes in Southern Siberia. Water Resources, 42(6), 798-809. https://doi.org/10.1134/S0097807815060093