volume 30, issue 4, P1222-1230 2001
DOI: 10.2134/jeq2001.3041222x
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Abstract: Chemical immobilization, an in situ remediation method where inexpensive chemicals are used to reduce contaminant solubility in contaminated soil, has gained attention. We investigated the effectiveness of lime-stabilized biosolid (LSB), N-Viro Soil (NV), rock phosphate (RP), and anaerobic biosolid (AB) to reduce extractability and plant and gastrointestinal (GI) bioavailability in three Cd-, Pb-, and Zn-contaminated soils from smelter sites. Treated (100 g kg(-1) soil) and control soils were incubated at 27 d…

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