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Page: 2. Physical and Chemical Treatment
Ground Water, Surface Water, and Leachate: Physical/Chemical Treatment (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Air Sparging, In Situ Bioslurping, In Situ Chemical Oxidation, InSitu Directional Wells, InSitu Dual Phase Extraction, InSitu Hydrofracturing, In Situ InWell Air Stripping ...
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Page: Chemical Extraction
Chemical Extraction, Ex Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Waste contaminated soil and extractant are mixed in an extractor, thereby dissolving the contaminants. The extracted solution is then placed in a separator, where the contaminants and extractant are separated for treatment and further use. Two main ...
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Page: Chemical Oxidation
Chemical Oxidation, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Oxidation chemically converts hazardous contaminants to nonhazardous or less toxic compounds that are more stable, less mobile, and/or inert. The oxidizing agents most commonly used are ozone, hydrogen peroxide, hypochlorites, chlorine ...
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Page: Chemical Oxidation, In Situ
Chemical Oxidation, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Oxidation chemically converts hazardous contaminants to nonhazardous or less toxic compounds that are more stable, less mobile, and/or inert. The oxidizing agents most commonly used are ozone, hydrogen peroxide, hypochlorites, chlorine ...
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Page: Chemical Reduction
Chemical Reduction/Oxidation, ExSitu (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Reduction/oxidation chemically converts hazardous contaminants to nonhazardous or less toxic compounds that are more stable, less mobile, and/or inert. The oxidizing agents most commonly used are ozone, hydrogen peroxide ...
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Page: Dehalogenation
Dehalogenation, Ex Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Reagents are added to soils contaminated with halogenated organics. The dehalogenation process is achieved by either the replacement of the halogen molecules or the decomposition and partial volatilization of the contaminants. \\ \\ Typical BCD Dehalogenation Process (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ !Picture17.png ...
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Page: Physical and Chemical Treatment
Soil, Sediment, Bedrock and Sludge Treatment Technologies{} {}Physical/Chemical Treatment{} (FRTR 2001) \\ Chemical Extraction, Ex Situ Chemical Oxidation, In Situ Chemical Reduction/Oxidation, Ex Situ Dehalogenation, Ex Situ Electrokinetic Separation, In Situ Fracturing ...
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