Production of Hydroxyl radicals from oxygenation of simulated AMD due to CaCO3-induced pH increase.


Many karst areas are impacted by acid mine drainage (AMD) which is characterized by low pH, high concentrations of dissolved Fe(II) and toxic contaminants. During the flow of AMD in karst areas, the increase in pH facilitates the oxygenation of Fe(II). Whereas, the oxidizing capacity for Fe(II) oxygenation in AMD is poorly understood. In light of the recent… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2016.12.048


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