AFCEC-CX-TY-TR-2013-0008 EFFECT OF SOIL MOISTURE ON CHLORINE DEPOSITION ( POSTPRINT )

@inproceedings{Hearn2014AFCECCXTYTR20130008EO,
  title={AFCEC-CX-TY-TR-2013-0008 EFFECT OF SOIL MOISTURE ON CHLORINE DEPOSITION ( POSTPRINT )},
  author={John D. Hearn and Christopher D. Hare and Airbase},
  year={2014}
}
The effect of soil moisture on chlorine (Cl2) deposition was examined in laboratory chamber experiments at high Cl2 exposures by measuring the concentration of chloride (Cl−) in soil columns. Soil mixtures with varying amounts of clay, sand, and organic matter and with moisture contents up to 20% (w/w) were exposed to ≈3 × 104 ppm Cl2 vapor. For low water content soils, additional water increased the reaction rate as evidenced by higher Cl− concentration at higher soil moisture content. Results… CONTINUE READING

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