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- Tu, Yao-Ting, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2019 v.191 no.4 pp. 253
- agricultural land; aqua regia; bioavailability; bricks; chromium; fluorescence; heavy metals; kilns; leaching; lead; nickel; polluted soils; temperature; toxicity; variance
- ... The technology for remediating heavy metal–contaminated soil is considerably limited because heavy metals do not undergo decomposition. Off-site reuse has emerged as the main technique for treating heavy metal–contaminated soil. Soil is the primary material in red brick making; and in the sintering procedure, heavy metals could solidify and stabilize within bricks. In this study, lead-, nickel-, a ...
- Tu, Yao‐Ting, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Environmental technology 2011 v.32 no.8 pp. 879-889
- chromium; citric acid; fractionation; hydrochloric acid; leaching; manganese oxides; particle size; polluted soils; soil remediation; soil washing; washing
- ... Acid washing is a common method for soil remediation, but is not always efficient for chromium‐contaminated soil. Both soil particle size and the forms of chromium existing in the soil affect the efficiency of soil washing. Laboratory batch and column dissolution experiments were conducted to determine the efficiencies of citric and hydrochloric acids as agents to extract chromium from soils conta ...