By D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland

content material: rising applied sciences in unsafe waste administration V : an outline / Frederick G. Pohland and D. William Tedder --
Electrokinetic extraction of chromate from unsaturated soils / Earl D. Mattson and Eric R. Lindgren --
initial effects from the research of thermal results in electrokinetic soil remediation / T.R. Krause and B. Tarman --
Modeling and financial research of in situ remediation of Cr(VI)-contaminated soil via electromigration / Roy F. Thornton and Andrew P. Shapiro --
Numerical simulation of electrokinetic phenomena / Eric R. Lindgren, R.R. Rao, and B.A. Finlayson --
therapy of an anionic steel through adsorption on iron oxides / E. Lee Bagby and Charles M. West --
using secondary lead smelters for the reclamation of lead from Superfund websites / Stephen W. Paff and Brian Bosilovich --
restoration of phosphates from elemental phosphorus-bearing wastes / Ronald E. Edwards, Jack M. Sullivan, and Oscar E. Moore --
Vitrification applied sciences for the remedy of infected soil / Laurel J. Staley --
Iron-enriched basalt waste types / G.A. Reimann, J.D. Grandy, and G.L. Anderson --
Thermal plasma destruction of dangerous waste with simultaneous creation of helpful coproducts / Q.Y. Han, Q.D. Zhuang, J.V.R. Heberlein, and W. Tormanen --
Plasma-assisted cleansing of flue fuel from a sooting combustion : case of natural nitrates / A. Czernichowski, Ph. Labbé, F. Laval, and H. Lesueur --
Air-nitric acid harmful oxidation of natural wastes / James R. Smith --
Oxidative and catalytic elimination of hydrogen sulfide from spent caustic liquors by means of manganese compounds / Bhupendra R. Patel and Philip A. Vella --
Photocatalytic destruction of atrazine utilizing TiO₂ mesh / Kathleen C. Pugh, Douglas J. Kiserow, Jack M. Sullivan, and John H. Grinstead, Jr. --
Bench-scale chemical treatability examine of the Berkeley Pit water / Hsin-Hsiung Huang and Qi Liu --
Chelating extraction of zinc from soil utilizing N-(2-acetamido)iminodiacetic acid / Andrew P. Hong, Ting-Chien Chen, and Robert W. Okey --
improved removing of natural contaminants by way of solvent flushing / D.C.M. Augustijn and P.S.C. Rao --
sizzling water more suitable remediation of hydrocarbon spills / Eva L. Davis --
Metabolism of alkanes through Rhodococcus erythropolis / John Lofgren, Sandra Haddad, and Kevin Kendall --
choice of bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics of polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons in soil / Henry H. Tabak, Rakesh Govind, Chao Gao, Lei Lai, Xuesheng Yan, and Steven Pfanstiel --
Uncouplers of oxidative phosphorylation : modeling and predicting their impression on wastewater therapy and the surroundings / Robert W. Okey and H.D. Stensel.

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6 cm. The remediation times for the two electrode geometries are plotted as a function of horizontal spacing in Figure 4. Both geometries converge to the flat plate solution at vanishing electrode spacing. It is clear that for practical electrode spacing, the staggered array provides much faster remediation. This reflects the more uniform distribution of the electric field or current density that is achieved with the staggered array. T A B L E 1. 5kJL" K8 1 1 1 1 Modeling Calculations. A spreadsheet (Excel™ for the Macintosh™) was developed which incorporated the following: • A fitted expression for the remediation time vs.

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