The specific reactive surface area of granular zero-valent iron in metal contaminant removal: Column experiments and modelling.

@article{Statham2015TheSR,
  title={The specific reactive surface area of granular zero-valent iron in metal contaminant removal: Column experiments and modelling.},
  author={Tom M Statham and Lachlan R Mason and Kathryn Anne Mumford and Geoffrey Wayne Stevens},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={24-34}
}
A series of dynamic-flow kinetic experiments were conducted to assess the removal rates of aqueous Cu(2+) and Zn(2+) ions by zero-valent iron (ZVI), a promising material for inclusion in cold-climate remediation applications. The influence of experimental parameters on contaminant removal rates, including aqueous flow rate, operating temperature, and the concentrations of ZVI, salt and dissolved oxygen, was investigated. A mass transport model has been developed that accounts (i) aqueous-phase… CONTINUE READING

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