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part habit of perchloroethylene with combos of sulfosuccinate surfactants / V. Weerasooriya, W.H. Wade and G.A. Pope --
built-in demonstration of surfactant-enhanced aquifer remediation with surfactant regeneration and reuse / V. Weerasooriya ... [et al.] --
Soil remediation with microemulsions : simple houses / F.-H. Haegel ... [et al.] --
Separation of unstable natural compounds from surfactant ideas via pervaporation / L.M. Vane ... [et al.] --
using liquid-liquid extraction in hole fiber membrane for the elimination of natural contaminants from aqueous surfactant streams / B. Kitiyanan ... [et al.] --
Block copolymer micelles for water remediation / Jos T.F. Keurentjes --
Wastewater remediation : usage of environmentally responsive polymeric surfactants for the sequestration of p-Cresol / R. Scott Armentrout, Michael F. Richardson, and Charles L. McCormick --
answer of enantiomers utilizing enantioselective micelles in ultrafiltration platforms / P.E.M. Overdevest ... [et al.] --
Surfactant-based colloidal debris because the extracting part for the removing of steel ions from aqueous environments : kinetic and utilized points / Christian Tondre --
Micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration in a spiral wound ultrafiltration module and comparability with stirred mobile functionality / Bruce L. Roberts, John F. Scamehorn, and Sherrill D. Christian --
Crossflow microfiltration features of surfactants : the consequences of membrane actual chemistry and surfactant section habit on gel polarization and rejection / G. Akay ... [et al.] --
natural compounds removing via vesicle-enhanced ultrafiltration / Masahiko Abe and Yukishige Kondo --
Nonionic surfactants as creditors for the flotation of oxidized and/or low-rank coal / Douglas W. Fuerstenau, man H. Harris, and Renhe Jia --
Flotation of PAH-contaminated dredged sludge / Huib Mulleneers ... [et al.] --
reports of adsorption and aggregation of cationic surfactants on silica surfaces utilizing EPR / Martin G. Bakker ... [et al.] --
Speciation of metal-containing compounds present in the surroundings via micellar liquid chromatography interfaced to inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry / M.P. Dziewatkowski --
Selectivity in micellar liquid chromatography : surfactant-bonded section institutions in micellar reversed section liquid chromatography / Barry ok. Lavine ... [et al.] --
choice of distribution ratios or fragrant compounds among aqueous answer and surfactant-covered silica via a chromatographic procedure / Stefan Holzheu, Thilo Behrends, and Reimer Herrmann --
Atmospheric strain chemical ionization-mass spectrometry and capillary electrophoresis for the research of chemical battle agent degradation items / A.-E.F. Nassar ... [et al.] --
Particulate elimination from oxygen platforms utilizing surfactant-enhanced fluorinated solvents / Gerard ok. Newman ... [et al.] --
Reversed micelles as novel protein refolding media / Masahiro Goto, Tsutomu Ono, and Shintaro Furusaki --
Deinking of papers revealed with water-based inks : an outline / John ok. Borchardt.
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Ch004 Extraction with Anionic/Nonionic Bicontinuous Microemulsion. 3 g of soil and 10 g of microemulsion were weighed into Duran bottles (50 ml) equipped with a Teflon-coated magnetic stirrer. The bottles were tightly closed and placed into a water bath at 10 °C. The dispersion was stirred at 400 rpm for 3 hours. After this time the stirrer was switched off and the soil started to sediment. 5 ml, gastight). Distribution of Pyrene after Splitting. For the determination of the distribution of pyrene between the polar and the non-polar phase after splitting bicontinuous microemulsions the same procedures were chosen as described under "Phase Diagrams".
Pollutants which have penetrated the soil or were mixed into it are to be removed from the solid matrix. They may be present as phase, dissolved in water, evaporated in air, or adsorbed at the surface of particles. Separation is achieved by using differences in the chemical and physical behavior of pollutant and matrix. Degradability, volatility, adsorptiveness, and solubility may be used to remove hazardous organic compounds from soil. Thermal and biological remediation techniques are used to degrade organics by pyrolysis and combustion or by microorganisms, respectively.
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