PREDICTION OF CATION MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE LINEAR DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENT.

Kaufui Wong, Subrata Sengupta, Dipanker Dasgupta

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Abstract

The ability to predict pollutant migration in the soil should be one of the objectives in disposal operations because the soil is the ultimate receptacle of the waste. The objective of the present work is to determine the relative mobility of different cations in a mixture traveling through the soil. The method used here is to derive a relationship from the exact solution to the one-dimensional, convective-dispersive-adsorptive equation which describes the motion of a cation within a complex mixture moving through the soil.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationASTM Special Technical Publication
EditorsLarry P. Jackson, Alan R. Rohlik, Richard A. Conway
Place of PublicationPhiladelphia, PA, USA
PublisherASTM
Pages81-91
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)0803104057
StatePublished - Dec 1 1984

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Wong, K., Sengupta, S., & Dasgupta, D. (1984). PREDICTION OF CATION MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE LINEAR DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENT. In L. P. Jackson, A. R. Rohlik, & R. A. Conway (Eds.), ASTM Special Technical Publication (pp. 81-91). Philadelphia, PA, USA: ASTM.

PREDICTION OF CATION MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE LINEAR DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENT. / Wong, Kaufui; Sengupta, Subrata; Dasgupta, Dipanker.

ASTM Special Technical Publication. ed. / Larry P. Jackson; Alan R. Rohlik; Richard A. Conway. Philadelphia, PA, USA : ASTM, 1984. p. 81-91.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Wong, K, Sengupta, S & Dasgupta, D 1984, PREDICTION OF CATION MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE LINEAR DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENT. in LP Jackson, AR Rohlik & RA Conway (eds), ASTM Special Technical Publication. ASTM, Philadelphia, PA, USA, pp. 81-91.
Wong K, Sengupta S, Dasgupta D. PREDICTION OF CATION MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE LINEAR DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENT. In Jackson LP, Rohlik AR, Conway RA, editors, ASTM Special Technical Publication. Philadelphia, PA, USA: ASTM. 1984. p. 81-91
Wong, Kaufui ; Sengupta, Subrata ; Dasgupta, Dipanker. / PREDICTION OF CATION MOBILITY IN SOILS FROM THE LINEAR DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENT. ASTM Special Technical Publication. editor / Larry P. Jackson ; Alan R. Rohlik ; Richard A. Conway. Philadelphia, PA, USA : ASTM, 1984. pp. 81-91
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