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Transport of hydrophobic organic compounds between water and natural sediments

Shian-chee Wu

Transport of hydrophobic organic compounds between water and natural sediments

by Shian-chee Wu

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic water pollutants.,
  • Sediments (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Shian-chee Wu.
    ContributionsMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Civil Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination231 leaves :
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14752033M

    Chemical sediments are a type of sediment formed when minerals in a rock are dissolved by water and carried elsewhere and they may later crystallize or settle out of the solution. Organic sediments consist of dead plants, shells, or animal skeletons. Jan 01,  · In this project, the ability of natural media filtration (NMF) to remove colloidal particles and associated hydrophobic organic compounds from the aqueous phase was evaluated by performing sorption and transport experiments with leaf compost media.

    Modeling the Sediment-Water Flux of Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals Due to Bioturbation Xuan Luo. 1, Wilbert Lick. 2, and Craig Jones. 3. Abstract. Of the three processes (sediment erosion/deposition, molecular diffusion, and bioturbation) that primarily govern the sediment-water flux of hydrophobic organic. SEQUESTRATION OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS IN SEDIMENTS contaminant between the solid and water phases is a key indicator of the potential for exposure and risk (Reible and Demnerova, ). for the sequestration of hydrophobic organic contaminants in natural sorbents and.

    Desorption kinetics of neutral hydrophobic organic compounds from field-contaminated sediment A.T. Kan*, W. Chen, M.B. Tomson or sediments, are the natural depository (and later sources) for contaminants of all kinds pore water from the sediments, and the sediment was stored in a refrigerator. The sediment contains a large. Sorption of hydrophobic organic pollutants on soils and sediments Jan Toul 1– Josef Bezděk – Miloslava Kovářová – Zbyněk Boháček 1 – Jaromír Hanák 3 – Ján Milička 2 – Pavel Müller 1 1 Czech Geological Survey, Leitnerova 22, 69 Brno, Czech Republic. E-mail: [email protected], [email protected] 2 Faculty of Science, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovak Republic.


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Transport of hydrophobic organic compounds between water and natural sediments by Shian-chee Wu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hydrophobic organic compounds are relatively insoluble, nonpolar compounds that have large octanol-water partition coefficients (log K ow > 2). A number of pollutants of interest are hydrophobic compounds such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and.

For predicting organic carbon–water partitioning of organic pollutants in soils and sediments, a simple empirical relationship is derived from Raoult's law and fitted to data sets of experimental organic carbon normalized partition coefficients (K oc) and aqueous solubilities (S i) of 64 hydrophobic organic chemicals (HOCs) from literature including mono- and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons Cited by: Request PDF | Matrix:Hydrophobic Compound Interactions | The fate and transport of hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs) such as oil hydrocarbons are strongly influenced by their interactions with.

The fate and transport of natural and anthropogenic sediment-borne organic contaminants is a critical environmental issue and complex processes are involved that until now have been poorly defined. Organic Substances and Sediments in Water is a. This is the first of a two-part series describing the adsorption of hydrophobic pollutants by sediments, soils, and suspended solids.

Many pollutants, including a large number of hazardous compounds, are hydrophobic and their environmental behavior varies markedly between sorbed and dissolved atholmoraleephotography.com by: The effect of a thin sand capping layer ( cm) on the bioavailability of hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs, i.e., PCBs and naphthalene) was studied using oligochaete worms, and the results compared to previously obtained bioavailability tests with a reactive core mat (RCM) atholmoraleephotography.com by: 3.

We hypothesized that two mechanisms, absorption into natural organic matter and adsorption onto combustion-derived black carbon (BC), act in parallel to bind polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) to Boston Harbor sediments. To focus on BC-adsorption, we removed the non-BC fraction by combusting near shore sediments at °C for 24 h under air, leaving ca.

16% of the reduced carbon. Adsorption‐desorption behaviors of hydrophobic organic compounds in sediments of Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA determined by the authors for other sediments and compounds, with water solubilities ranging Tomson, Factors affecting the release of hydrophobic organic contaminants from natural sediments, Environmental Toxicology and.

Sorption of hydrophobic pollutants on natural sediments exposure to laboratory lighting except in cases where light stability was checked. The mixing of the compounds and sediments proceeded in one of two ways: 1.

Class 1 compounds (low volatility materials having water solubility of. Sorption of organic compounds can be regarded as the partitioning of the hydrophobic chemical between and aqueous and organic phases (hydrophobicity). Hydrophobicity is often quantified using the logK ow term which stands for the decadic logarithm of the 1-octanol/water partition atholmoraleephotography.com by: Sorption interactions between selected hydrophobic organic pollutants as sorbates and various natural sorbents in two-phase systems sorbent – water were experimentally tested by means of both.

The fate and transport of natural and anthropogenic sediment-borne organic contaminants is a critical environmental issue and complex processes are involved that until now have been poorly defined. Organic Substances and Sediments in Water is a three-volume book that. Aug 09,  · Sorption Comparison between Pharmaceuticals and Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals in Soils and Sediments () Polyparameter linear free energy relationships for estimating the equilibrium partition of organic compounds between water and the natural organic matter in soils and sediments.

Xing B. () Sorption Comparison between Cited by: 2. Aug 07,  · Hydrophobic molecules and particles, therefore, can be defined as those that do not mix with water – they repel it.

On the other hand, hydrophilic molecules are those that interact well with H2O. In other words, the distinction between hydrophobic and hydrophilic molecules is drawn by observance of the hydrophobic particles’ repellency of 5/5(2). Effects of oil and grease on the vaporization of organic compounds from contaminated sediments, Environmental Engineering Sciences, 19, 2, ().

Thibodeaux, L.J., K.T. Valsaraj and D.D. Reible. Bioturbation driven transport of hydrophobic organic contaminants from bed sediment. @article{osti_, title = {Influence of anoxic pore water dissolved organic matter on the fate and transport of hydrophobic organic pollutants}, author = {Hunchak-Kariouk, K.}, abstractNote = {Pore water dissolved organic matter is an overlooked pool of organic matter important to the environmental fate of hydrophobic organic pollutants.

The effects of dissolved organic matter (DOM) on the transport of hydrophobic organic compounds in soil columns were investigated. Three compounds (naphthalene, phenanthrene and DDT) that spanned three orders of magnitude in water solubility were atholmoraleephotography.com by: Abstract. Chemodynamic properties of organic pollutants, such as solubility, sorption, and transport, have usually been characterized with water and /or aqueous electrolyte solutions as the solvent and with single organic solute atholmoraleephotography.com by: 7.

Envlron. Scl. Technol.20, 71 Sorption Kinetics of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds to Natural Sediments and Soils Shlan-chee Wu and Philip M. Gschwend* Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory, Department of Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02 Sorption kinetics of hydrophobic organic chemicals to.

Abstract--This is the first of a two-part series describing the adsorption of hydrophobic pollutants by sediments, soils, and suspended solids. Many pollutants, including a large number of hazardous compounds, are hydrophobic and their environmental behavior varies markedly between sorbed and dissolved states.

@article{osti_, title = {Sorption of chlorinated phenols by natural sediments and aquifer materials}, author = {Schellenberg, K. and Leuenberger, C. and Schwarzenbach, R.P.}, abstractNote = {Laboratory experiments have been conducted to study the sorption of chlorinated phenols by sediments and aquifer materials.

It is shown that sorption not only of the nondissociated phenols but also.Interaction of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds with Mineral-Bound Humic Substances Eiiyn M. Murphy,’ John M. Zachara, Steven C. Smith, Jerry L. Phillips, and Thomas W. Wletsma Interfacial Geochemistry Group, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington The .Interfacial reactions between organics and minerals play critical roles in the geochemical processes of organics in soils and sediments, and in the detoxification of organical pollutants and toxins by natural minerals.

A variety of synthetic organic compounds such as pesticides, industrial and domestic household products, pharmaceutical, and personal care products have been introduced into the.