Soil Pollution

Soil Pollution

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This book is dedicated to understanding the processes governing the fate of pollutants, originating from both agriculture and industry, in soils. Investigated here are the properties of the interacting materials, pollutant partitioning between the soil phases, pollutant behavior in soils affected by environmental factors, as well as the principles to be considered in defining pollutant behavior. The authors offer specialists working on soil pollution remediation the necessary background for their day-to-day work. The book will also be useful for graduate students starting research in this field.A schematic diagram of a clay-humate complex in soil is presented in Fig. ... in contact with the liquid or gaseous phase, is faced by one or more layers of counter or coions having a net charge separate ... The adsorption of charge solutes onto the surface of the soil solid phase is subject to both chemical binding forces and the electric field at the interface; it is thus ... Sposito (1984) classified the surface charge density of soil clays as follows: Intrinsic surface charge density (am), definedanbsp;...


Title:Soil Pollution
Author: Bruno Yaron, Raoul Calvet, René Prost
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1996-07-16
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