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Title: Chromium treatment for Glendale, California's groundwater: Mechanistic studies of weak-base anion exchange
Authors: Blute N.K.
McGuire M.J.
Kavounas P.
Brabander D.J.
Newville M.
Sarkar S.
SenGupta A.
Published in: Proceedings of American Water Works Association - AWWA Inorganic Contaminants Workshop 2008
Abstract: • Mechanism of WBA resin treatment involves reduction of Cr(VI) to Cr(III) • No evidence of crystalline Cr(III) precipitates on the resins • WBA resins likely to be classified non-haz waste by federal standards and haz waste by CA standards • Uranium accumulation may limit useful operational life of one resin rather than capacity. © 2008 American Water Works Association.
Citation: Proceedings of American Water Works Association - AWWA Inorganic Contaminants Workshop 2008, (2008), 62- 91. Albuquerque, NM
URI: http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/15587
Issue Date: 2008
Keywords: Anion exchange
California
Federal standards
Mechanistic studies
Operational life
Resin treatment
Chromium
Chromium compounds
Groundwater
Radioactive wastes
Resins
Uranium
Chemicals removal (water treatment)
ISBN: 9781605601410
Author Scopus IDs: 12243340300
7202376574
55537040200
6602400429
7003333387
57201440577
56820929400
Author Affiliations: Blute, N.K.
McGuire, M.J.
Kavounas, P.
Brabander, D.J.
Newville, M.
Sarkar, S.
SenGupta, A.
Corresponding Author: Blute, N.K.email: nblute@pirnie.com
Appears in Collections:Conference Publications [CE]

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