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Determining Kinetic Parameters and Stabilization Efficiency of Heavy Metals with Various Chemical Amendment
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Determining Kinetic Parameters and Stabilization Efficiency of Heavy Metals with Various Chemical Amendment
Oh, Se-Jin; Kim, Sung-Chul; Kim, Tae-Hee; Yeon, Kyu-Hun; Lee, Jin-Soo; Yang, Jae-E.;
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 Abstract
In this study, total of 5 different chemical amendments were evaluated for determining kinetic parameters and stabilization efficiency of heavy metals in aqueous phase. Standard solution of Cd and Pb () was mixed with various ratio of amendments (1, 3, 5, 10%) and heavy metal stabilization efficiency was monitored for 24hrs. All examined amendments showed over 90% of removal efficiency for both Cd and Pb except zerovalent iron (ZVI) for Cd (43-63%). Based on result of heavy metal stabilization efficiency, it was ordered as > Dolomite > Zeolite > Steel slag > ZVI for both Cd and Pb in aqueous phase. For kinetic study, first order kinetic model was adapted to calculate kinetic parameters. In terms of reaction rate constants (k), zeolite showed the fastest reaction rate (k value from 0.4882 for 1% to 2.0105 for 10%) for Cd and ZVI (k value from 0.2304 for 1% to 0.5575 for 10%) for Pb. Considering reaction rate constant and half life for heavy metal stabilization, it was ordered as Zeolite > > Dolomite > Steel slag > ZVI for Cd and > Dolomite > Steel slag > Zeolite > ZVI for Pb. Overall result in this study can be interpreted that lime containing materials are more beneficial to remove heavy metals with high efficiency and less time consuming than absorbent materials.
 Keywords
Heavy metals;Aqueous phase;Stabilization;Kinetics;Amendments;
 Language
Korean
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