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Removal of oxyfluorfen from spiked soils using electrokinetic fences
In this work, an accidental spill of Fluoxyl (commercial herbicide containing oxyfluorfen) is simulated in a pilot plant with a soil volume of 70 × 50 × 50 cm3. The transport of Fluoxyl obtained by the free diffusion of ...
Removal of oxyfluorfen from spiked soils using electrokinetic soil flushing with the surrounding arrangements of electrodes
This work reports the results of a study in which the remediation of soil that undergoes an accidental discharge of oxyfluorfen is carried out by using electrokinetic soil flushing (EKSF). Two different electrode configurations ...
Scale-up of the electrokinetic fence technology for the removal of pesticides: Part II: Does size matter for removal of herbicides?
This work reports results of the application of electrokinetic fence technology in a 32 m3 -prototype which contains soil polluted with 2,4-D and oxyfluorfen, focusing on the evaluation of the mechanisms that describe the ...
Scale-up of the electrokinetic fence technology for the removal of pesticides: Part I: Some notes about the transport of inorganic species
This work describes the application electrokinetic fence technology to a soil polluted with herbicides in a large prototype containing 32 m3 of soil. It compares performance in this large facility with results previously ...
Removal of oxyfluorfen from spiked soils using electrokinetic soil flushing with linear rows of electrodes
This study focuses on the evaluation of the electrokinetic soil flushing (EKSF) strategy to remediate soil following a simulated spill of the herbicide oxyfluorfen. EKSF is attained by placing (in the soil mockup) two rows ...