Mobility and adsorption capacity of Pb and Zn in a polluted soil from a road environment: laboratory batch experiments.

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A study of the mobility of lead and zinc in a contaminated soil from a road environment was conducted in order to evaluate the risk of groundwater contamination due to rainwater infiltration. The mobility of trace metals was evaluated using single chemical extractions and single-element sorption experiments. The distribution of trace metallic elements on… (More)

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@article{Delmas2002MobilityAA, title={Mobility and adsorption capacity of Pb and Zn in a polluted soil from a road environment: laboratory batch experiments.}, author={C. Delmas and L Larpin and M. Legret and Marine Astruc}, journal={Environmental technology}, year={2002}, volume={23 4}, pages={381-90} }