In situ mobility of uranium in the presence of nitrate following sulfate-reducing conditions.

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Reoxidation and mobilization of previously reduced and immobilized uranium by dissolved-phase oxidants poses a significant challenge for remediating uranium-contaminated groundwater. Preferential oxidation of reduced sulfur-bearing species, as opposed to reduced uranium-bearing species, has been demonstrated to limit the mobility of uranium at the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jconhyd.2016.02.002

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@article{Paradis2016InSM, title={In situ mobility of uranium in the presence of nitrate following sulfate-reducing conditions.}, author={Charles J. Paradis and Sindhu Jagadamma and David B. Watson and Larry D. McKay and Terry C Hazen and Melora Park and Jonathan D. Istok}, journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology}, year={2016}, volume={187}, pages={55-64} }