Paul N Humphreys

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Anthropogenic hyperalkaline sites provide an environment that is analogous to proposed cementitious geological disposal facilities (GDF) for radioactive waste. Under anoxic, alkaline conditions(More)
The contamination of surface environments with hydroxide rich wastes leads to the formation of high pH (>11.0) soil profiles. One such site is a legacy lime works at Harpur Hill, Derbyshire where(More)
In alkaline pulping wood pulp is reacted with concentrated aqueous alkali at elevated temperatures. In addition to producing cellulose for the manufacture of paper, alkaline pulping also generates(More)