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Biodegradation of 1-naphthol by a pure culture was measured in the presence (65 mg C L â1 ) and absence of a forest soil humic acid (HA). Experiments were performed under nongrowth conditions and controlled ionic strength ( I equivalent to 10 mM LiCl) at pH 8.0. 1-Naphthol was allowed to...
Adsorption of vapor-phase elemental mercury by virgin and modified bentonite and activated carbon was evaluated at 140Â°C, empty-bed contact time in a fixed-bed adsorber of 0.011 s, and influent mercury concentration of 55 Î¼g/m 3 . Acid-treated bentonite had somewhat higher capacity than the...
The speciation of inorganic arsenic compounds produced in pulverized coal combustion was investigated in a bench-scale study conducted under fuel-lean combustion conditions. Results suggest that at temperatures of 850â1100 K, and in the absence of particulate, arsenic initially condenses as...
The surface changes of synthetic hexagonal pyrrhotite Fe 10 S 11 during laboratory wetting-drying treatment at 45Â°C were investigated using FTIR (DRIFT) spectroscopy, FTIR Raman microscopy, and scanning electron microscopy. Î±-FeO(OH) (goethite) and elemental sulphur were the main products...
Trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) is a product of the atmospheric oxidation of several man-made fluorine-containing organic compounds. The environmental fate of trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) is poorly understood. There are no known abiotic sinks for TFA, and there is a controversy on its biological fate....
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