Original paper

Contrasting abiotic As(III) immobilization by undissolved and dissolved fractions of biochar in Ca2+-rich groundwater under anoxic conditions

Volume: 183, Pages: 116106 - 116106
Published: Sep 1, 2020
Abstract
Engineered black carbon (biochar) can be introduced into groundwater through its extensive engineered applications (e.g., in-situ remediation of groundwater/soils), which can participate in geochemical processes that may alter the fate of trace contaminants such as arsenic (As(III)). Here we examined the impacts of the undissolved and dissolved fractions of reduced biochar (hereafter denoted as rUBC and rDBC, respectively) on the As(III)...
Paper Details
Title
Contrasting abiotic As(III) immobilization by undissolved and dissolved fractions of biochar in Ca2+-rich groundwater under anoxic conditions
Published Date
Sep 1, 2020
Volume
183
Pages
116106 - 116106
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