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    Title: Tracking of copper in contaminated soils
    Authors: M.C. Hsiao (蕭明謙)
    H. Paul Wang
    C.-H. Huang
    Juu-En Chang
    Yu-Ling Wei
    Keywords: Contaminated soils
    Date: 2006-12-23
    Issue Date: 2009-11-20 12:21:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Tracking of copper in the soils contaminated by a nearby printed circuit board (PCB) waste recycling plant and the wire-burnt residue has been
    studied by X-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy. The contaminated soils have a very high total and leaching concentrations
    of copper which are in excess of limit (15 mg/L). By XANES, we found that Cu(OH)2 (44%), CuCl2 (34%), and CuSO4 (16%) were the main copper
    compounds in the soil contaminated by the copper slag that was discharged from the PCB recycling plant. The additional contaminated site caused
    by the illegally wire-burnt residue also has high total and leaching copper concentrations. The main copper compounds in the contaminated soil
    were CuSO4 (41%), CuCl2 (39%), and Cu2O (19%). In the downstream soil (nearby a river (2 m)), the main copper compounds such as Cu(OH)2
    (46%), Cu(NO3)2 (35%), and Cu2O (9%) were found. The speciation of copper in the contaminated soils can be very helpful in the development
    of effective remediation methods.
    Relation: Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 156–158 (2007) 208–210
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