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Separation of Heavy Metals from Metal-EDTA in Spent Soil Washing Solution by using Na2S
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 Title & Authors
Separation of Heavy Metals from Metal-EDTA in Spent Soil Washing Solution by using Na2S
Oh, Sanghwa; Shin, Won Sik;
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 Abstract
Soil washing with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) is highly effective in the remediation of soils contaminated with heavy metals. The EDTA recycling process is a requisite for reducing the operating cost. The applicability of Na2S addition on the precipitation of heavy metals from the spent soil washing solution and thereby recycling of EDTA was investigated. Addition of Na2S into the single metal-EDTA and the mixed metal-EDTA solutions ([Na2S]/[metal-EDTA] ratio
 Keywords
Soil washing;EDTA;Recycling;Heavy metals;;
 Language
Korean
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