DOI: 10.1002/tqem.21786
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Abstract: Little attention has been paid to the effects of soil mineralogy on remediation efficiency of sewage sludge. To fill this gap, we applied limed sewage sludge to Pb‐contaminated soil samples of an Oxisol rich in hematite (309 g kg−1) and gibbsite (322 g kg−1) and to an Inceptisol rich in kaolinite (683 g kg−1). Soil samples were collected from B horizon, being both of them acid, clayey, and poor in organic matter. Soil samples were incubated for 40 days and evaluated for Pb after fractioning. Limed sewage sludg… Show more

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