Immobilization of Lead from Pb-Contaminated Soil Amended with Peat Moss

@article{Lee2013ImmobilizationOL,
  title={Immobilization of Lead from Pb-Contaminated Soil Amended with Peat Moss},
  author={S. Lee and Myoung-Eun Lee and Jae-Woo Chung and J. Park and K. Huh and G. Jun},
  journal={Journal of Chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013},
  pages={1-6}
}
Immobilization of lead (Pb) using soil amendments can reduce Pb toxicity and bioavailability in soil. This study evaluated Pb immobilization in a Pb-contaminated soil by using peat moss through various tests. The Pb-contaminated soil (2000 mg Pbkg−1) was amended with 1%, 5%, and 10% of peat moss to immobilize Pb in the soil. The immobilization properties of Pb in the contaminated soil were evaluated by a column leaching experiment, a microcosm test, and a batch incubation test. Peat moss… Expand

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