In situ treatment of arsenic contaminated groundwater by aquifer iron coating: Experimental study.

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In situ arsenic removal from groundwater by an aquifer iron coating method has great potential to be a cost effective and simple groundwater remediation technology, especially in rural and remote areas where groundwater is used as the main water source for drinking. The in situ arsenic removal technology was first optimized by simulating arsenic removal in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.05.002

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@article{Xie2015InST, title={In situ treatment of arsenic contaminated groundwater by aquifer iron coating: Experimental study.}, author={Xianjun Xie and Yan-xin Wang and Kunfu Pi and Chongxuan Liu and Junxia Li and Yaqing Liu and Zhiqiang Wang and Mengyu Duan}, journal={The Science of the total environment}, year={2015}, volume={527-528}, pages={38-46} }