Electrokinetic Remediation to Remove Heavy Metal from Contaminated Soils Using Purging Solution

@inproceedings{Arbai2014ElectrokineticRT,
  title={Electrokinetic Remediation to Remove Heavy Metal from Contaminated Soils Using Purging Solution},
  author={Sabariah Arbai and Z. Mohamed and K. Mohamed and Azinoor Azida Abu Bakar},
  year={2014}
}
This study was designed to determine the physical characteristic of soil from mining area, the level of heavy metal contamination on site, and performance of pH and concentration of heavy metal after electrokinetic. For each type of purging solution and soil sample, six days of treatment time were performed with low direct current of 1.076 V to each purging solution. Soil sample consists of sand and gravel. Changes on level of pH and concentration showed the movement of metal ions and electrons… Expand
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