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The decreasing aggregation of nanoscale zero-valent iron induced by trivalent chromium

Danlie Jiang, Xialin Hu, Rui Wang, Yujing Wang, Daqiang Yin

Environmental context. Nanoscale zero-valent iron is a promising material for environmental engineering and groundwater remediation. However, the environmental behaviour and fate of nanoscale iron that is essential for applications and risk assessment is still uncertain. We report a study on the aggregation behaviour and mobility of nanoscale iron in the aquatic environment using colloidal chemical methods.

Authors:   ie=edge
Journal:   Environmental Chemistry
Year:   2016
DOI:   10.1071/EN16144
Publication date:   15-Dec-2016
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  • iron
  • aggregation
  • risk assessment
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