Effect of sequestration on PAH degradability with Fenton's reagent: roles of total organic carbon, humin, and soil porosity.

@article{Bogan2003EffectOS,
  title={Effect of sequestration on PAH degradability with Fenton's reagent: roles of total organic carbon, humin, and soil porosity.},
  author={Bill W. Bogan and Vesna Trbovic},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2003},
  volume={100 1-3},
  pages={285-300}
}
The phenomenon of contaminant sequestration-and the physicochemical soil parameters which drive this process-has recently been studied by several authors with regard to microbial contaminant degradation. Very little work has been done to determine the effects of contaminant sequestration on the chemical treatability (oxidizability) of soil contaminants; the current study was conducted to address this data gap. A suite of six model soils, ranging in organic matter content from 2.32 to 24.28… CONTINUE READING
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