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Transformation of Schwertmannite to Goethite and Related Behavior of Heavy Metals
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Transformation of Schwertmannite to Goethite and Related Behavior of Heavy Metals
Kim, Heon-Jung; Kim, Yeong-Kyoo;
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 Abstract
The mineral phases precipitated in the swamp built for the treatment of the mine drainage of the Dalsung Mine were investigated to reveal the mineralogical changes from schwertmannite to goethite and related behavior of heavy metals. Our XRD results show that most schwertmannite were transformed to goethite except the small portions of the samples in the uppermost part. No significant morphological changes were observed in the samples during mineral transformation by SEM, indicating that this transformation process occurred not from dissolution-precipitation process, but in solid state. Among heavy metals sorbed or coprecipitated in the mineral phases, Pb and Cu concentrations were relatively higher compared with their concentrations in the mine drainage. The relative concentrations of other heavy metals show similar values. The heavy metal concentration in the minerals do not show noticeable differences from uppermost schwertmannite to lower goethite samples, indicating the transformation process without any leaching or additional sorption of heavy metals in the solid state.
 Keywords
Schwertmannite;goethite;mineral transformation;heavy metal;
 Language
Korean
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