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Extraction, Recovery, and Biostability of EDTA for Remediation of Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soil
Chelation removal of heavy metals from contaminated soil is seen as a viable remediation technique. A useful chelating agent should be strong, reusable, and biostable during metal extraction and… Expand
Feasibility of metal recovery from soil using DTPA and its biostability.
- P. A. Hong, Chelsea Li, S. Banerji, Y. Wang
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of hazardous materials
- 14 October 2002
Removal of heavy metals from contaminated soil by chelation can be a valid remediation method. Important properties of the chelating agent used are: strength of the chelation bonding, reusability,… Expand
Chelating Agents for Extraction of Heavy Metals from Soil
Chelating extraction of heavy metals from contaminated soils is seen as a remediation technique. This work addresses important consideration in the application of chelating agents for soil… Expand