Surface Complexation Modeling: Hydrous Ferric Oxide
Provides a description of the thermodynamic model, data treatment procedures and the thermodynamic constants for hydrous ferric oxide. Includes detailed coverage of the model and the parameter extraction procedure.
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Cation Sorption on Hydrous Ferric Oxide
Use of the Model and Data Base
The Coulombic Effect
acid acid-base activity addition Adsorption anion sorption approach assumed base Benjamin Best Estimates binding calculated cation Chapter chemical CO2 exclusion coefficients concentrations considered consistent correction corresponding coulombic data sets Davis described determined diffuse layer effects electrolyte equations Equil equilibrium equilibrium constants error example exchange Experiment experimental FeOH given glass groups HFO Solid prep hydrous ferric oxide hydroxyl important included increase indicates Interface involving ionic strength ions isotherm Kinniburgh Kint Leckie log Kim mass law measured metal method NaNO3 Notes obtained parameter PERCENT SORBED 40 pH edges pH Figure pH measured potential presented problem proton range Reaction vessel reported sample solution sorbate sorption data sorption density sorption on HFO Source supernatant surface charge surface complexation constants surface precipitation surface species TABLE term theory titration TOTFe TOTZn values zinc Zn2+
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