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University of Texas at Austin. — In: Lake, C.B., R.K. Rowe 2005: A comparative assessment of volatile organic compound (VOC) sorption to various types of potential GCL bentonites. — Geotextiles and Geomembrans, 23, pp. 323 – 347

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61 73 Morera, M.T., J.C. Echeverría, C. Mazkarián, J.J. Garrido 2001: Isotherms and sequential extraction procedures for evaluating sorption and distribution of heavy metals in

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P.I. Gassman 2005 Impact of highly basic solutions on sorption of Cs + to subsurface sediments from the Hanford site, USA Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta

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The aim of this paper is to introduce the horizontal sorption technique and to demonstrate its applicability for the observation of porous materials and effect of surface treatments. The horizontal sorption testing method is a new technique, which was developed to facilitate the in-situ assessment of water absorption properties of porous materials. This new technique has some advantages compared to the already existing in-situ testing methods (Karsten pipe method, contact sponge method). It is easy to use, requires no supplementary electric devices, and tight attachment of the measuring tool onto the surface is not necessary. Moreover, the absorption of the water can be easily initiated and then documented. In the present paper several different ways of application of the technique are shown. The testing method was proven to be appropriate for the evaluation of the rate of water absorption, for determination of the sedimentary fabric of the rock (layers and orientation of the fabric results from its formation), as well as the effective depth and nature of three different types of surface treatments. These treatments were (i) organic and inorganic molecules activating bacteria in the stone, (ii) a conventional stone consolidant and (iii) a biomineralizing protective treatment. The new testing method provided valuable information about the nature of all the three treatments. Therefore the horizontal sorption method (HSM) seems to be a highly promising tool for the analysis of porous materials.

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on agricultural production 1994 Elkhatib, E.A., G.M. Elshebiny, A.M. Balba 1991: Lead sorption in calcareous soils

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. U. Alonso C. Degueldre 2003 Modelling americium sorption onto colloids: effect of redox potential Colloids and Surfaces A

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Central European Geology
Authors: Zsuzsanna Szabó, Nóra Edit Gál, Éva Kun, Teodóra Szőcs, and György Falus

Expert System for Surface and Sorption Thermodynamics . – http://www.hzdr.de/db/RES3T.queryData. IPCC 2013 : Summary for policymakers . – In: Stocker , T.F. , D. Qin , G.-K. Plattner , M. Tignor

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. 1991 102 175 213 Hawkins J M, Schraufnagel R A, Olszeweski A J 1992: Estimating coalbed gas content and sorption isotherm using well

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