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- Magiera, Tadeusz; Gołuchowska, Beata; Jabłońska, Mariola
- Water, air, and soil pollution 2013 v.224 no.1 pp. 1389
- cement, etc ; X-ray diffraction; additives; coal fly ash; combustion; energy; heavy metals; industry; iron oxides; lignite; magnetic properties; magnetite; pH; power plants; scanning electron microscopy; silica; soil pollution; spectroscopy; temperature; topsoil; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... During this study, we investigated the mineralogical characterization of technogenic magnetic particles (TMPs) contained in alkaline industrial dust and fly ash emitted by coal burning power plants and cement plants. The reaction of tested dust samples varied between values of pH 8 and pH 12. Their magnetic properties were characterized by measurement of magnetic susceptibility (χ), frequency depe ...
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- Agrawal, Sheela G.; King, Kevin W.; Fischer, Eric N.; Woner, Dedra N.
- Water, air, and soil pollution 2011 v.219 no.1-4 pp. 91
- cement, etc ; activated carbon; coconuts; furnaces; industrial byproducts; kilns; permeability; phosphates; sand; saturated hydraulic conductivity; silica; slags; sorption isotherms; subsurface flow; surface quality; surface water; water quality; water treatment; zeolites; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Excess PO4 3− from agricultural subsurface drainage and runoff degrades the overall water quality of the receiving surface waters in a cumulatively damaging process known as eutrophication. In the past 25 years, PO4 3− removal by industrial byproducts and minerals has received considerable attention because these materials are both abundant and inexpensive. In this study, the saturated falling-hea ...