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Predicting struvite formation in digestion
Kinetics Effects on Preferential Struvite Accumulation in Wastewater
The kinetics of struvite (MgNH\d4PO\d4·6H\d2O) formation was studied to determine the cause of preferential accumulation at certain locations within the anaerobic digestion and postdigestion…
Characteristics of road sediment fractionated particles captured from paved surfaces, surface run-off and detention basins.
Occurrence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in indoor dust.
A Distributed Reactivity Model for Sorption by Soils and Sediments. 9. General Isotherm Nonlinearity and Applicability of the Dual Reactive Domain Model
Sorption isotherms for a hydrophobic solute probe, phenanthrene, were measured experimentally for 27 different soils and sediments. The linear and Freundlich isotherm models and the Dual Reactive…
POSTDIGESTION STRUVITE PRECIPITATION USING A FLUIDIZED BED REACTOR
Controlled precipitation of struvite from postdigestion, sludge lagoon supernatant was studied using a pilot scale fluidized bed reactor (FBR). The process effectively and rapidly removed struvite…
Rate and extent of aqueous perchlorate removal by iron surfaces.
- Angela M. Moore, C. de Leon, T. Young
- Materials ScienceEnvironmental science & technology
- 17 June 2003
The observed reaction rates are too slow for immediate use in remediation system design, but the findings may provide a basis for future development of cost-effective abiotic perchlorate removal techniques.
Herbicide runoff along highways. 1. Field observations.
- Xinjiang Huang, T. Pedersen, M. Fischer, Richard White, T. Young
- Environmental Science, MedicineEnvironmental science & technology
- 15 June 2004
For a given herbicide and site, the most critical factors in determining seasonal herbicide loss to surface water were the timing and intensity of the first storm following application, affecting total seasonal runoff by up to 2 orders of magnitude.
Aquatic Chemistry, Third Edition
Most water scientists and environmental engineers will recognize this classic environmental chemistry text as “Stumm and Morgan” rather than Aquatic Chemistry. Publication of the first edition in…