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Lead Stabilization in Soil Amended with Lime Waste: An Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (EXAFS) Investigation
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Lead Stabilization in Soil Amended with Lime Waste: An Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (EXAFS) Investigation
Lim, Jung Eun; Lee, Sang Soo; Yang, Jae E.; Ok, Yong Sik;
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 Abstract
To determine Pb species in soils following the immobilization process, sequential extraction has been used despite the possibility of overestimating Pb species from unintended reactions during chemical extraction. Meanwhile, the application of extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) has been shown to provide a more precise result than chemical extraction. In this study, the immobilization of Pb in contaminated soils treated with liming materials such as oyster shell (OS) or eggshell (ES) was evaluated with thermodynamic modelling and EXAFS analysis. Thermodynamic modelling by visual MINTEQ predicted the precipitation of in OS and ES treated soils. In particular, the values of saturation index (SI) for in OS (SI
 Keywords
Eggshell;EXAFS;Immobilization;LCF;MINTEQ;Oyster Shell;
 Language
Korean
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