The electrodialytic remediation of copper, zinc and lead contaminated kaolin was studied at three different temperatures (0-39 degrees centrigrate). It is shown that an increase in temperature increases the rate of remediation for all three metals. Copper and zinc shows similar rate constants, while for lead, the rate constant obtained are significantly smaller. The increased remediation rate is presumed to be due mainly to the lowering of the viscosity.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings from: 2.nd Symposium on Heavy Metals in the Environment and Electromigration Applied to soil Remediation|
|Place of Publication||Lyngby|
|Publisher||Technical University of Denmark, Environmental Electrochemistry|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|
|Event||2nd Symposium on Heavy Metals in the Environment and
Electromigration applied.. - Lyngby|
Duration: 1 Jan 1999 → …
|Conference||2nd Symposium on Heavy Metals in the Environment and Electromigration applied..|
|Period||01/01/1999 → …|
Kristensen, I. V. (1999). The effect of Soil Temperature on Electrodialytic Remediation. In Proceedings from: 2.nd Symposium on Heavy Metals in the Environment and Electromigration Applied to soil Remediation (pp. 92-98). Technical University of Denmark, Environmental Electrochemistry.