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A SIMULATION STUDY OF MERCURY IMMOBILIZATION IN ESTUARY SEDIMENT MICROCOSM BY ACTIVATED CARBON/CLAY-BASED THIN-LAYER CAPPING UNDER ARTIFICIAL FLOW AND TURBATION
Ting, Y., B.-L. Ch'ng, C. Chen, M.-Y. Ou, Y.-H. Cheng, C.-J. Hsu, and H.-C. Hsi.
Science of The Total Environment 708:135068(2020)

Three thin layer caps (TLC) with different activated carbon (AC) and clay combinations were applied to Hg-contaminated estuary sediment (76.0 2.6 mg-Hg/kg) under turbation conditions in a 75-day lab microcosm study.



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