HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM QUANTIFICATION AND REMEDIATION IN SOILS AND WASTE MATERIALS

@inproceedings{DeSarle2014HEXAVALENTCQ,
  title={HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM QUANTIFICATION AND REMEDIATION IN SOILS AND WASTE MATERIALS},
  author={Catherine Rose DeSarle},
  year={2014}
}
Title of thesis: HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM QUANTIFICATION AND REMEDIATION IN SOILS AND WASTE MATERIALS Catherine R. DeSarle, Master of Science, 2014 Directed By: Professor Bruce R. James Department of Environmental Science and Technology Hexavalent chromium (Cr(VI)) is a carcinogen and a pollutant of soils and natural waters. The standard method to extract and quantify total Cr(VI) in soils and waste materials was modified to prevent method-induced reduction of Cr(VI) by not heating (95°C) but… CONTINUE READING

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