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a solute diffuses may cause the observed, or effective diffusion coefficient (D e) to be lower than the diffusion Diffusion is often the dominant mode of solute transport in soils coefficient of a compound in water (D 0) (Rao et al., when advection is minimal. This paper describes the application of a radial diffusion cell method to estimate the effective(More)
Fractures in till may provide pathways for agricultural chemicals to contaminate aquifers and surface waters. This study was conducted to quantify the influence of fractures on solute fate and transport using three conservative and two nonconservative tracers. The conservative tracers were potassium bromide (KBr), pentafluorobenzoic acid (PFBA), and(More)
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