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RECORD NUMBER: 27 OF 262
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|Main Title||Behavior of Toxic Metals during Contact of Synthetic Coal Leachates with Maryland Coastal Plain Soil.|
|Author||Valette-Silver, N. ; Wong, A. ; Liu, H. F. ;|
|CORP Author||Maryland Univ., College Park. Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry.;Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources, Annapolis. Chesapeake Bay and Watershed Programs.;Maryland Power Plant Research Program, Annapolis. Power Plant Topical Research Program.|
|Additional Subjects||Coastal plains ; Soils ; Environmental transport ; Metals ; Leachates ; Mine wastes ; Pyrite ; Organic matter ; Sulfides ; Acidity ; Coal ; Toxic substances ; Moisture ; Chemical reactivity ; Chemical composition ; Maryland ; Power Plants Research Program|
In this work, we studied the behavior of the biologically active metals (Al, Cu, Cr, and Be) during the percolation of very acid coal leachates through soil from Maryland's Eastern Shore. In batch experiments, this soil was exposed to a standard, synthetic leachate, the composition of which mimics natural acid coal leachate.