Resorption availability

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Under resorption is meant the percentage transfer of a chemical element or a chemical compound from the contaminated solids in the aqueous phase of the test system.


In the context of exposure assessments, it is important to determine the resorption availability for parameters that exceed the test value. In Germany, calls on the Federal Soil Protection Ordinance in terms of absorption through the digestive tract in the oral absorption of pollutants . DIN 19738 Soil Quality - Resorption availability of organic and inorganic pollutants from contaminated soil material contains specifications for this .

Individual evidence

  1. bioavailability study. In: August 28, 2001. Retrieved February 25, 2017 .