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Remaining PAH-contamination after microbial remediation: why does it exist and how to treat it?

, : Remaining PAH-contamination after microbial remediation: why does it exist and how to treat it?. Integrated soil and sediment research: a basis for proper protection: Selected Proceedings of the First European Conference on Integrated Research for Soil and Sediment Protection and Remediation EUROSOL, Maastricht, 6-12 September, 1992: 352-353

Experiments were conducted with a PAH-(polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) contaminated soil to investigate why microbial degradation ceases at a certain PAH concn. After the addition of creosote to the soil or after dissolving the PAH from the soil and readdition to soil or sand, inoculated with the soil microflora, degradation continued. The greatest PAH concn occurred in coal-particles in the soil.


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