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Leach

Bernard (Howell). 1887--1979, British potter, born in Hong Kong
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Different leaching behaviour of Cs from Cs-TFA can be evocated by much higher diameter of Cs cation between 2:1 layers and by fact that the Cs-TFA was prepared synthetically in laboratory and therefore its somewhat different leachability can be expected.
The analysis of the environmental impacts of the products produced shows an extremely low contaminants leachability back to the environment; thus the products will not contaminate the environment should leaching occur.
The leachability propensity of El Lajjun Jordanian oil shale ash.
Meng, "Arsenic leachability and speciation in cement immobilized water treatment sludge," Chemosphere, vol.
Hence there would be less mobility (leachability) of PTEs from basic soils into the root system of plants because metals would be strongly bound to the resistant fractions of the soil.
and Woods, T.L., "Assessing the Leachability of Chlorothalonil and methylene bis thiocyanate from Sapstain Treated Radiator Pine," IRG/WP 98-30176, International Research Group on Wood Preservation, Stockholm, 1998.
KEY WORDS: caulk, environmental exposure, leachability, PCB, polychlorinated biphenyl, public buildings, schools, soil.
An Assessment of Lead Leachability from Candy Wrappers (4:00pm - 4:50pm)
The migration, leachability, and distribution of Zn in the soil depended on the kind of Zn complexes used (Mikkelsen and Kuo 1977).
Kunes, "Leachability of Foundry Process Solid Wastes," Journal of Environmental Engineering Division, Proc.
Successful extraction of uranium using in-situ methods, coupled with the demonstrated leachability of copper-oxide ores using in situ-mining methods in shattered ore (block-caved zones and backfilled stopes), suggested the possibility of leaching copper-oxide ores in place.