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A dynamic leaching method for the assessment of tracemetals release from hydraulic binders using continuous concentration ofleachates.

Abstract : With respect to sustainable development, the leachability of trace metal from solid materials in contact with water has focused much attention over the years. Portland cements produced in industrial kilns generally contain from 10 to 300 mg/kg of trace metals. The behaviour of these endogenous metals has been, in this regard, the target of different leaching studies. Many of these researches concluded that heavy metals release are lower than analytical detection limits. Although satisfying from an environmental point of view, it induces a lack in the knowledge about the trace metals behavior during the leaching of cement based material. Accordingly, we designed the CTG-LEACHCRETE device, a dynamic leaching system (modified Soxhlet type) that overcomes this difficulty and allows long term monitoring. The experimental procedure is presented and preliminary results are discussed.
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Emmanuel Moudilou, M. Bellotto, C. Defosse, I. Serclerat, Patrick Baillif, et al.. A dynamic leaching method for the assessment of tracemetals release from hydraulic binders using continuous concentration ofleachates.. Waste Management, Elsevier, 2002, 22/2, pp.153-157. ⟨10.1016/S0956-053X(01)00064-2⟩. ⟨hal-00072946⟩

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