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The fate of heavy metal particles in the environment is important because they tend to be reactive, mobile, and highly toxic. Reactivity and Transport of Heavy Metals in Soils examines the sometimes complex interactions that occur between metals and the soil they occupy. It discusses basic kinetic concepts and covers the predictability and consequences of metal-soil interactions. This practical guide presents and explains heavy metal issues crucial to hazardous waste site cleanup, including:
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Introduction Overview Equilibrium Retention Models General Isotherm Equations Asymptotic Behavior Methods of Obtaining and Analyzing Kinetic Data Basic Kinetic Concepts Types of Reactions in Soil Environments Methods of Obtaining Kinetic Data Data Analysis Methods Effects of Experimental Variables on Rate Functions Column Transport Methods Kinetic Retention Approaches Single-Reaction Models Multiple-Reaction Models Sensitivity Analysis Applications Transport Continuity Equation Transport Mechanism Steady-State Flow Boundary and Initial Conditions Exact Solutions Estimation of D Other Exact Solutions Nonlinear Retention and Transport Numerical Solution Sensitivity Analysis Applications A Second-Order Two-Site Transport Model Second-Order Kinetics Transport Model Sensitivity Analysis Kinetics Transport Applications Estimation of Smax and F
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