Leachability Of Retorted Oil Shale By Strong Complexometric Agents

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245 10|aLeachability Of Retorted Oil Shale By Strong Complexometric Agents
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100 1 |aEsmail Esmaili <br />Robert B. Carrol |ecreator
700 1 |aWestern Research Institute|econtributor
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520 |aExtraction of solid waste materials with complexometric agents may offer a quick and effective method for assessing the potential long-term release of hazardous chemical constituents. Complexometric agent extraction may establish the maximum amount of elements of environmental concern that can be released to the environment and the capability of waste materials to release them. In this study, four samples of directly (DH) and indirectly (IH) retorted oil shales were extracted with deionized-distilled water and strong complexometric agents....
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