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" In general, solidification/stabilization technology is considered a last approach to the management of hazardous wastes. The aim of these techniques is a stronger fixation of contaminants to reduce the emission rate to the biosphere and to retard exchange... "
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
...due to the formation of more stable minerals and closure of pores, thereby reducing water permeation. Most of the stabilization techniques aimed for the...immobilization of metal-containing wastes are based on addition of cement, water glass, coal fly ash, lime, or gypsum (Malone et al. 1982; Wiedemann 1982;...
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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
...fixation of contaminants to reduce the emission rate to the biosphere and to retard exchange processes. Most of the stabilization techniques aimed for the...glass (alkali silicate), coal fly ash, lime or gypsum (Malone et al., 1982; Wiedemann, 1982; Goumans et al., 1991). Laboratory studies on the evaluation...
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