• Assessing the feasibility of the EKR of soils contaminated by heavy metals by titration curves 

      Vereda-Alonso, Carlos; García-Delgado, R.A.; García-Rubio, Ana; Arhoun, B.; Paz-García, J.M.; [et al.] (Northeastern University, 2013)
      The pH is one of the key parameters that determine heavy metal mobility and fate in soils and sediments. It is well known that the resistance of soil to a change in pH strongly affects the mobilization of heavy metals in ...
    • Improving Cr (VI) Extraction through Electrodialysis 

      García-Delgado, R.A.; Nieto-Castilo, A; Villen-Guzman, Maria; Cerrillo-Gonzalez, Maria del Mar; Gomez-Lahoz, Cesar; [et al.] (2019-10-08)
      A laboratory study has been carried out to determine the feasibility of in situ remediation of chromium (VI) contaminated soil using electrodialysis. In a classic setup, this technique implies the application of a low ...
    • Lab scale study of the influence of the acid strength over the performance of an acid-enhanced electrokinetic remediation 

      Villén-Guzmán, M.D.; Paz-García, J.M.; García-Delgado, R.A.; García-Herruzo, Francisco; Arhoun, B.; [et al.] (Northeastern University, 2013)
      It is widely accepted that, when an electrokinetic remediation (EKR) is performed for the cleanup of most toxic metals, an enhancement is needed. During the unenhanced EKR the reactions at the electrodes, probably water ...
    • A Model for Electrodialytic Treatment of Lithium-Ion Batteries 

      Paz-Garcia, J.M.; Villen-Guzman, Maria; Cerrillo-Gonzalez, Maria del Mar; Gomez-Lahoz, Cesar; Vereda-Alonso, Carlos; [et al.] (2019-10-08)
      New recycling processes for secondary batteries are needed to achieve sustainable use of natural resources. Indeed, many components in lithium ion batteries, such as cobalt and graphite, are in the European Union’s ...