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- Vesper, Dorothy J.; Moore, Johnathan E.; Adams, James P.
- Environmental earth sciences 2016 v.75 no.4 pp. 340
- hydrolysis, etc ; alkalinity; anthropogenic activities; carbon; carbon dioxide; coal; data collection; drainage; greenhouse gas emissions; mining; pH; power plants; sulfuric acid; Appalachian region; United States; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Drainage from coal mines, where carbonate dissolution is driven by sulfuric acid, can result in a net transfer of geologically-bound carbon to the atmosphere. The flux and downstream evolution of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) is presented for two coal mine sites that discharge high concentrations of DIC (3.7–4.5 mM C) producing a total flux of DIC from the mine from 13 to 249 kg-C/year (18–364 ...
- Iasmin, Mahbuba; Dean, Lisa O.; Ducoste, Joel J.
- Water research 2016 v.88 pp. 786-795
- hydrolysis, etc ; calcium; calcium chloride; calcium sulfate; canola; computer software; crystallization; fatty acid composition; ions; mechanistic models; pH; saponification; sewage systems; tallow; temperature; triacylglycerols; United States; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Fat, oil, and grease (FOG) deposits formed in sanitary sewers are calcium-based saponified solids that are responsible for a significant number of nationwide sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) across United States. In the current study, the kinetics of lab-based saponified solids were determined to understand the kinetics of FOG deposit formation in sewers for two types of fat (Canola and Beef Tallow ...