2014
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-54777-5_11
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Abstract: The previous chapter focused on the physical mechanisms (advection, diffusion, and dispersion) and the physical characteristics of the subsurface (heterogeneity) that control the dynamics of contaminant transport from the land surface to the water table. In addition, contaminants are subject to a range of chemical interactions with other (dissolved) chemical species present in the subsurface, colloids, and the porous matrix itself. The previous sections of this book dealt with such reactions, including sorpti…

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