PROCEDURES FOR CHARACTERIZING EFFECTS OF ORGANICS ON SOLIDIFICATION/STABILIZATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTES.
The mechanisms whereby organic hazardous wastes interact with cement matrices is important for characterizing existing and future solidification/stabilization technologies and for evaluating these technologies using short-term testing techniques. In the complex chemistry of cement setting reactions, many phases are formed. Consequently it is necessary to use a variety of microscopic and microanalytical tools in studies of these systems. Methods employed in the present study are scanning electron microscopy, energy dispersive X-ray analysis, electron probe microanalysis, and X-ray powder diffraction. Examples of the application of these techniques to studies of cement containing para-bromophenol are presented.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
ASTM Special Technical Publication
Tittlebaum, M., Eaton, H., Cartledge, F., Walsh, M., & Roy, A. (1986). PROCEDURES FOR CHARACTERIZING EFFECTS OF ORGANICS ON SOLIDIFICATION/STABILIZATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTES.. ASTM Special Technical Publication, None (None), 308-318. Retrieved from https://repository.lsu.edu/geo_pubs/1942