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Characterization of sugars in fine particles – Biomass burning and soil organic matter as two major sources
Fine particulate matter samples were collected at two rural sites and one urban site in Texas from November 2005 to July 2006 for quantification of sugars. Several extraction methods were applied to optimize sugar recovery, ...
Nanocarboneous materials in water: Interaction of nanocarbon(60) with soil and organic pollutants
The property of nanosized colloidal C 60 (nano-C 60 ) suspensions prepared by ultra sonication method was examined for electrochemical properties and stability under different physiochemical conditions. Adsorption experiments ...
Simulating effects of recharge and pumping stresses on contaminant transport in a multilayered complex groundwater system
The study area with multiple layers of varying thickness and varying hydraulic properties, topography, ridge lines indicated the need for a multi-layered model to simulate field conditions. A groundwater model was developed ...
Carbon-60 nanoparticles: Adsorption and desorption of organic contaminants, and transport in soil
C 60 is a new form of carbon with unique properties due to its small size. Since it has been predicted that C 60 will be manufactured by tons, there is no doubt that it will ultimately find their way to the environment. ...