PMID: 15573581Dec 3, 2004Paper

Black carbon and kerogen in soils and sediments. 2. Their roles in equilibrium sorption of less-polar organic pollutants

Environmental Science & Technology
Baohua XiaoPing'an Peng

Abstract

The first paper of this series reported that soil/sediment organic matter (SOM) can be fractionated into four fractions with a combined wet chemical procedure and that kerogen and black carbon (BC) are major SOM components in soil/sediment samples collected from the industrialized suburban areas of Guangzhou, China. The goal of this study was to determine the sorptive properties forthe four SOM fractions for organic contaminants. Sorption isotherms were measured with a batch technique using phenanthrene and naphthalene as the sorbates and four original and four Soxhlet-extracted soil/sediment samples, 15 isolated SOM fractions, and a char as the sorbents. The results showed that the sorption isotherms measured for all the sorbents were variously nonlinear. The isolated humic acid (HA) exhibited significantly nonlinear sorption, but its contribution to the overall isotherm nonlinearity and sorption capacity of the original soil was insignificant because of its low content in the tested soils and sediments. The particulate kerogen and black carbon (KB) fractions exhibited more nonlinear sorption with much higher organic carbon-normalized capacities for both sorbates. They dominate the observed overall sorption by the tested soils...Continue Reading

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