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Alteration of a Mn-rich slag in contact with soil: In-situ experiment during one year

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A Mn-rich slag sample coming from a pyrometallurgical plant recycling alkaline batteries was submitted to environmental conditions during one year. After crushing, the slag was buried in topsoil and the leachate was periodically collected in order to monitor the leached amounts of metallic elements (ME). Results evidenced a low release of the slag constituents (Mn: < 0.01%). The SEM/EDS investigations did not show alteration features supposing a weak dissolution of the primary phases (tephroite, bustamite and leucite). The modification of the pH induced by the slag enhanced the mobility of soil components and of the organic matter, particularly in the vicinity of the soil/slag contact zone. This suggested that the slag indirectly influenced the ME mobility through the organic matter and colloidal transports. The comparison with a classical laboratory column test evidenced the underestimation of the leached amounts due to the differences of operational conditions.

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hal-00653522 , version 1 (19-12-2011)

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Priscilla Pareuil, François Bordas, Emmanuel Joussein, Jean-Claude Bollinger. Alteration of a Mn-rich slag in contact with soil: In-situ experiment during one year. Environmental Pollution, 2010, 158 (5), pp.1311-1318. ⟨10.1016/j.envpol.2010.01.014⟩. ⟨hal-00653522⟩
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