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IRON SULFIDE MINERALS AS POTENTIAL ACTIVE CAPPING MATERIALS FOR MERCURY-CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT REMEDIATION: A MINIREVIEW
Ting, Y. and H.-C. His.
Sustainability 11:1747(2019)

This review discusses the potential and advantages of using iron sulfide minerals to sequester Hg in situ in contaminated sediments. Iron sulfide minerals are common in the natural environment and have shown good effectiveness in sequestering Hg by adsorption or precipitation. This article is Open Access at https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/11/6/1747.



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