Sorption and transport of iron-cyanide complexes in uncontaminated soil investigated in column experiments

@inproceedings{Rennert2002SorptionAT,
  title={Sorption and transport of iron-cyanide complexes in uncontaminated soil investigated in column experiments},
  author={Thilo Rennert and Tim Mansfeldt},
  year={2002}
}
The occurrence of the iron-cyanide complexes ferrocyanide, [Fe II (CN) 6 ] 4- , and ferricyanide, [Fe III (CN) 6 ] 3- in soil and groundwater is caused by disposal of industrial wastes and by the use of road salt containing ferrocyanide. We investigated the sorption and transport of iron-cyanide complexes in sandy uncontaminated soil (Ap horizon, Dystric Gleysol; 857 g sand kg -1 , organic C 18 g kg -1 , pH 5.8) in column experiments at saturated conditions and two concentrations, 0.03 and 10… CONTINUE READING