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Stimulation of reductive dechlorination for in situ bioremediation of a soil contaminated with chlorinated ethenes
In-situ reactive barrier for the treatment of groundwater contaminated with trichloroethene: Construction and operational performance
Surfactant enhanced solubilization of residual trichloroethene: an experimental and numerical analysis
The fate of contaminants in the environment is controlled by both chemical reactions and transport phenomena in the subsurface. Our ability to understand the significance of these processes over time requires an accurate conceptual model that incorporates the various mechanisms of coupled chemical and physical processes. Adsorption, desorption, ion exchange, precipitation, dissolution, growth, solid solution, redox, microbial activity, and other processes are often incorporated into reactive transport models for the prediction of contaminant fate and transport. U.S. federal agencies use such models to evaluate contaminant transport and provide guidance to decision makers and regulators for treatment issues. We provide...