Soil radon is employed to trace residual NAPL (Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid) contamination because it is very soluble in these substances and is strongly depleted over polluted volumes of the subsoil. The solubility of radon into NAPL vapors, generally poorly considered, is investigated here, either as growth of radon exhalation from a material contaminated with increasing volumes of kerosene, or as radon partition between liquid kerosene, water and total air, considered ad the sum of kerosene vapors plus air.
|Titolo:||Laboratory simulation of recent NAPL spills to investigate radon partition among NAPL vapours and soil air|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Citazione:||De Simone, G., Lucchetti, C., Pompilj, F., Galli, G., & Tuccimei, P. (2017). Laboratory simulation of recent NAPL spills to investigate radon partition among NAPL vapours and soil air. APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES, 120, 106-110.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|