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Investigation of phosphate adsorption onto ferrihydrite by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
The objective of this study was to characterize phosphate adsorption onto synthetic 2-lines ferrihydrite using surface analysis by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and batch experiments. SurfaceExpand
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Application of magnetite catalyzed chemical oxidation (Fenton-like and persulfate) for the remediation of oil hydrocarbon contamination
The chemical oxidative degradation of oil hydrocarbons was investigated by magnetite catalyzed Fenton-like (FL) and activated persulfate (AP) oxidation. An artificial soil composed of silica sand andExpand
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Application of magnetite-activated persulfate oxidation for the degradation of PAHs in contaminated soils.
In this study, feasibility of magnetite-activated persulfate oxidation (AP) was evaluated for the degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in batch slurry system. Persulfate oxidationExpand
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Kinetic and Thermodynamic Analysis During Dissimilatory γ-FeOOH Reduction: Formation of Green Rust 1 and Magnetite
In laboratory experiments, lepidocrocite reduction by the dissimilatory iron reducing bacteria, Shewanella putrefaciens , is known to generate extra-cellular iron (II-III) minerals as green rust (GR)Expand
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Green rust formation controls nutrient availability in a ferruginous water column
Iron-rich (ferruginous) conditions were a prevalent feature of the ocean throughout much of Earth’s history. The nature of elemental cycling in such settings is poorly understood, however, thusExpand
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Coprecipitation of Fe(II) and Fe(III) cations in sulphated aqueous medium and formation of hydroxysulphate green rust
Fe(II)–Fe(III) solutions having a variable Fe(III) molar fraction were titrated with a NaOH solution. Three plateau regions separated by two equivalent points characterise the pH titration curves.Expand
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Magnetite and Green Rust: Synthesis, Properties, and Environmental Applications of Mixed-Valent Iron Minerals.
Mixed-valent iron [Fe(II)-Fe(III)] minerals such as magnetite and green rust have received a significant amount of attention over recent decades, especially in the environmental sciences. TheseExpand
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Remediation of PAH-contaminated soils by magnetite catalyzed Fenton-like oxidation
Abstract This is the premier study reporting the degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) through Fenton-like oxidation catalyzed by magnetite. Kinetic degradation of PAHs was studiedExpand
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Coprecipitation of Fe(II–III) hydroxycarbonate green rust stabilised by phosphate adsorption
Abstract [FeII4FeIII2(OH)12]2+•[CO3, nH2O]2− green rust one, GR1(CO32−), was synthesised by coprecipitation in the presence of phosphate by dissolving a Na2HPO4 salt. In its absence, the resultingExpand
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