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|標題:||The effect of hydration on adsorption and desorption of heavy metals in soils||作者:||Lee, S.Z.
|關鍵字:||soil;hexavalent chromium;cadmium;organic matter;desorption;wet-dry;cycle;mercury-vapor;sorption;cadmium;coefficients;competition;retention;cr(vi);cd;pb||Project:||Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part a-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering||期刊/報告no：:||Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part a-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, Volume 36, Issue 1, Page(s) 63-74.||摘要:||
Cr, Ni, and Cd adsorption-desorprion on five characterized Taiwan soils was studied. The potential for toxicity and the fate of metals in the soils is dependent upon the ability of the metals to desorb into the aqueous phase. To simulate field conditions, the soils were subjected to wet-dry cycles. The amount and rate of desorption was found to decrease with increasing number of cycles. The wet-dry cycle effect in the desorption of metals from soils is related to the soil composition, with desorption being easiest from sandy soil with low organic content. The desorption process is much slower than adsorption process. More than 95% of each metal adsorption takes place within one hour, and the amount of metal adsorbed from solution reached equilibrium in one day. In contrast, less than 20% metal desorption could be attained after 3 days each of four wet-dry cycles for Cr, Ni, and Cd.
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