Investigation into the feasibility of black carbon for remediation of nonylphenol polluted sediment through desorption kinetics after different order spiking.

@article{Cheng2015InvestigationIT,
  title={Investigation into the feasibility of black carbon for remediation of nonylphenol polluted sediment through desorption kinetics after different order spiking.},
  author={Guanghuan Cheng and Mingyang Sun and Lingdan Yao and Lixiao Wang and George A Sorial and Xinhua Xu and Liping Lou},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2015},
  volume={138},
  pages={
          568-75
        }
}
The binding order of sorbent, sediment and organic compounds, as well as binding time is important factors determining the potential success of sorbent amendment, which should be considered when the practicability of sorbents was assessed. But until now, relevant research was rare. In this study, desorption in three practical conditions were simulated, by three mixing spiking orders among nonylphenol (NP), rice straw black carbon (RC) and sediment (the order of mixing spiking is (RC+Sediment… CONTINUE READING
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