2D crossed electric field for electrokinetic remediation of chromium contaminated soil.

@article{Zhang20102DCE,
  title={2D crossed electric field for electrokinetic remediation of chromium contaminated soil.},
  author={Peng Zhang and Chunji Jin and Zhenhuan Zhao and Guobin Tian},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={177 1-3},
  pages={1126-33}
}
Chromium contaminated soil can be remediated by electrokinetic techniques. However, in practical application, Cr(VI) may migrate with water deep into the soil, contaminating previously unpolluted layers. Both horizontal and vertical electric fields were applied simultaneously to improve traditional electrokinetic remediation. Contrasting experiments using four operation modes (none, solely horizontal, solely vertical and 2D crossed electric field) were designed and tested at the bench-scale… CONTINUE READING
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