Isotopic Studies of Yucca Mountain Soil Fluids and Carbonate Pedogenesis

Inferences of Paleoenvironment From Petrographic, Chemical and Stable-Isotope Studies of Calcretes and Fracture Calcites

Paleoclimatic and Paleohydrologic Records From Secondary Calcite: Yucca Mountain, Nevada

CDR - A Chemical Solution to a Mechanical Problem

Use of Expert Systems in Selecting Equilibrium Isotherms of Organic Compound Adsorption on Activated Carbon
An outline of an Expert System (ES) that aids in selecting adsorption isotherms is presented. Such an ES provides an efficient technique for screening the present literature. The ES helps...

Evaluation of Fe oxide-coated GAC for removal and recovery of Cu(II) from water
A composite solid, prepared by precipitating an Fe oxide onto granular activated carbon (GAC), was evaluated as an adsorbent for the removal and recovery of Cu(II) from water. Relative...

Biofilm Sorption of Natural Organic Material
The biosorption of non-ozonated and ozonated natural organic matter (NOM) onto a dense biofilm was investigated at the University of Colorado Environmental Engineering laboratories. Bench-scale...

Evaluation of Enhanced Coagulation for DBP Control
The paper presents a pilot scale study conducted to examine the control of Disinfection By-Product (DBP) precursors by conventional and enhanced coagulation. The objectives of the study...

Control of Odor and VOC Emissions at Wastewater Treatment Plants -Boston Harbor Case Study-
Siting of the new wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) in Boston was based on an assumption of mitigation of total reduced sulfur (TRS)...

Effects of Molecular Oxygen and pH on the Adsorption of Aniline to Activated Carbon
This paper examines the influence of molecular oxygen and pH on the adsorption of aniline to F-300 Calgon Carbon. Molecular oxygen increased the adsorptive capacity of GAC for anilines...

Activated Carbon as a Catalyst for Polymerization of Phenolic Compounds
Previous studies by the principal investigator showed that the increase in the adsorptive capacity of activated carbon for phenolic compounds can be attributed to polymerization (oxidative...

Breakout Session 5B: Microscale Modeling

Concrete Beams with Externally Bonded Crabon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) Strips

Tensile Fracture of Carbon Whisker Reinforced Cement Based Composites

Preliminary Screening Studies for Dredge Disposal Options

Pilot-Scale Demonstration of Sediment Washing

Treatment of Drinking Water Containing Bromate and Bromide Ions
Granular activated carbon and reverse osmosis nanofiltration and hyperfiltration were examined for both bromate and bromide ion removal using surface treated water in New Jersey. Bromate...

Chloride Extraction and Re-Alkalization of Reinforced Concrete Stops Steel Corrosion

Model for Release of Gaseous ¹4C From Spent Fuel

Carbon-14: Some Evidence of Migration and Experiments on Immobilisation
Carbon-14 that is produced in nuclear reactors by reactions on C, N and O is one of the most biologically dangerous nuclides that are subject to global dispersion (H-3, 85-Kr, 129-I)....





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