Cr(VI) removal from aqueous systems using pyrite as the reducing agent: batch, spectroscopic and column experiments.

@article{Kantar2015CrVIRF,
  title={Cr(VI) removal from aqueous systems using pyrite as the reducing agent: batch, spectroscopic and column experiments.},
  author={Cetin Kantar and Cihan Ari and Selda Keskin and Zeynep Gorkem Dogaroglu and Aykut Karadeniz and Akin Alten},
  journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology},
  year={2015},
  volume={174},
  pages={
          28-38
        }
}
Laboratory batch and column experiments, in conjunction with geochemical calculations and spectroscopic analysis, were performed to better understand reaction mechanisms and kinetics associated with Cr(VI) removal from aqueous systems using pyrite as the reactive material under both static and dynamic flow conditions similar to those observed in in situ permeable reactive barriers (PRBs). The X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and geochemical calculations suggest that the Cr(VI) removal by… CONTINUE READING

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