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" Generally, maintenance of a pH of neutrality or slightly beyond favors adsorption or precipitation of soluble metals (Gambrell et al. 1983). On the other hand, it can be expected that both low and high pH values will have unfavorable effects on the mobility... "
Sediments: Chemistry and Toxicity of In-Place Pollutants - Page 96
by Renato Baudo - 1990 - 424 pages
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Advanced Mineralogy: Volume 3: Mineral Matter in Space, Mantle, Ocean Floor ...

Arnold S. Marfunin - Science - 1998 - 444 pages
...Generally, maintainance of neutral pH values favors adsorption or precipitation of soluble metal compounds. On the other hand, it can be expected that both low...unfavorable effects on the mobility of heavy metals and organic contaminants. Regarding the various containment strategies, it has been argued that land...
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Solid Waste: Assessment, Monitoring and Remediation

I. Twardowska, H.E. Allen, A.F. Kettrup, W.J. Lacy - Science - 2004 - 1222 pages
...with calcium carbonate, since the pH-conditions are not changed significantly upon addition of CaCO> Generally, maintenance of a pH of neutrality or slightly...other hand, it can be expected that both low and high pH-values will have unfavorable effects on the mobility of heavy metals. Regarding the various containment...
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