By D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland
content material: rising applied sciences in detrimental waste administration V : an summary / Frederick G. Pohland and D. William Tedder --
Electrokinetic extraction of chromate from unsaturated soils / Earl D. Mattson and Eric R. Lindgren --
initial effects from the research of thermal results in electrokinetic soil remediation / T.R. Krause and B. Tarman --
Modeling and monetary research of in situ remediation of Cr(VI)-contaminated soil by way of electromigration / Roy F. Thornton and Andrew P. Shapiro --
Numerical simulation of electrokinetic phenomena / Eric R. Lindgren, R.R. Rao, and B.A. Finlayson --
remedy of an anionic steel by way of adsorption on iron oxides / E. Lee Bagby and Charles M. West --
using secondary lead smelters for the reclamation of lead from Superfund websites / Stephen W. Paff and Brian Bosilovich --
restoration of phosphates from elemental phosphorus-bearing wastes / Ronald E. Edwards, Jack M. Sullivan, and Oscar E. Moore --
Vitrification applied sciences for the remedy of infected soil / Laurel J. Staley --
Iron-enriched basalt waste kinds / G.A. Reimann, J.D. Grandy, and G.L. Anderson --
Thermal plasma destruction of unsafe waste with simultaneous construction of necessary coproducts / Q.Y. Han, Q.D. Zhuang, J.V.R. Heberlein, and W. Tormanen --
Plasma-assisted cleansing of flue gasoline from a sooting combustion : case of natural nitrates / A. Czernichowski, Ph. Labbé, F. Laval, and H. Lesueur --
Air-nitric acid harmful oxidation of natural wastes / James R. Smith --
Oxidative and catalytic elimination of hydrogen sulfide from spent caustic liquors via manganese compounds / Bhupendra R. Patel and Philip A. Vella --
Photocatalytic destruction of atrazine utilizing TiO₂ mesh / Kathleen C. Pugh, Douglas J. Kiserow, Jack M. Sullivan, and John H. Grinstead, Jr. --
Bench-scale chemical treatability examine of the Berkeley Pit water / Hsin-Hsiung Huang and Qi Liu --
Chelating extraction of zinc from soil utilizing N-(2-acetamido)iminodiacetic acid / Andrew P. Hong, Ting-Chien Chen, and Robert W. Okey --
stronger elimination of natural contaminants by way of solvent flushing / D.C.M. Augustijn and P.S.C. Rao --
scorching water more suitable remediation of hydrocarbon spills / Eva L. Davis --
Metabolism of alkanes via Rhodococcus erythropolis / John Lofgren, Sandra Haddad, and Kevin Kendall --
selection of bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics of polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons in soil / Henry H. Tabak, Rakesh Govind, Chao Gao, Lei Lai, Xuesheng Yan, and Steven Pfanstiel --
Uncouplers of oxidative phosphorylation : modeling and predicting their influence on wastewater therapy and the surroundings / Robert W. Okey and H.D. Stensel.
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No determination of chromium speciation was attempted during these initial tests. Results and Discussion Open system. Open system experiments were conducted at three temperatures, 21, 42, and 55 °C, for a period of 7 hours. Three samples were processed at each temperature to indicate the reproducibility of the results. Since chromium is in an anionic form, either C r 0 or C r 0 , under conditions generated by the electrokinetic processing, it will migrate due to the potential difference towards the anode.
Ch004 40 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT V Figure 5. Effect of number of electrodes (for 150 V , 2-meter deep contamination, 100 ppm Cr); (a) on remediation time and current, (b) on power, electrolyte flow, temperature rise, and specific energy. Figure 6. Effect of applied voltage (for 5 electrode pairs, 2-meter deep contamination, 100 ppm Cr); (a) on remediation time and current, (b) on power, electrolyte flow, temperature rise, and specific energy. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1995.