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Sulfur plays an important role in the biogeochemical cycle of trace elements and in the diagenetic reactions in sediments/soils. Due to very low solubility of sulfide compounds, metal sulfides are a big concern in the coastal and marine environment. In this study, we investigated sulfur compounds and speciation in contaminated sediments from the waterways of New York and New Jersey in the region of New York City, USA. Measurements were made on particles from the National Institute of Standardsdoi:10.1051/jp4:20030118 fatcat:2wp7uh2mfjhelddjohvhckmnby