A LABORATORY-SCALE STUDY OF APPLIED VOLTAGE AND CHELATING AGENT ON THE ELECTROKINETIC SEPARATION OF PHENOL FROM SOIL

@article{Popov2001ALS,
  title={A LABORATORY-SCALE STUDY OF APPLIED VOLTAGE AND CHELATING AGENT ON THE ELECTROKINETIC SEPARATION OF PHENOL FROM SOIL},
  author={Konstantin Popov and Andrey Kolosov and Val G. Yachmenev and Nadezhda Shabanova and A P Artemyeva and Alexandr S. Frid and Boris Kogut and Stanislav P. Vesnovskii and Vladimir I. Sukharenko},
  journal={Separation Science and Technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={36},
  pages={2971 - 2982}
}
The influence of the chelating agent (1-hydroxyethane-1, 1-diphosphonic acid) (HEDPA) on the electroosmotic flow (EF) in natural, sod-podzolic soil contaminated with 0.003 g phenol per 1 g of dry soil was studied. An introduction of a small amount of HEDPA increased the electroosmotic permeability of soil from 4 × 10−5 to 11.2 × 10−5 cm2/V·s. Up to 80–95% of the phenol was removed from the soil by the EF during 30 to 50 hours of treatment with the average intensity of the EF remaining constant… 
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