Nanoscale Metallic Iron for Environmental Remediation: Prospects and Limitations

@inproceedings{Noubactep2011NanoscaleMI,
  title={Nanoscale Metallic Iron for Environmental Remediation: Prospects and Limitations},
  author={Chicgoua Noubactep and Sabine Car{\'e} and Richard A. Crane},
  booktitle={Water, Air, & Soil Pollution},
  year={2011}
}
The amendment of the subsurface with nanoscale metallic iron particles (nano-Fe0) has been discussed in the literature as an efficient in situ technology for groundwater remediation. However, the introduction of this technology was controversial and its efficiency has never been univocally established. This unsatisfying situation has motivated this communication whose objective was a comprehensive discussion of the intrinsic reactivity of nano-Fe0 based on the contemporary knowledge on the… CONTINUE READING

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