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Influence of humic substances on the $$^{63}$$Ni migration through crushed rock media

Tanaka, Tadao ; Sakamoto, Yoshiaki ; Mukai, Masayuki ; Maeda, Toshikatsu; Nakayama, Shinichi 

Migration experiments of $$^{63}$$Ni for crushed rocks, granite and tuff, were performed under the coexistent condition with a humic acid and a fulvic acid of 0-30 mg/l in concentration, which are Nordic humic substances supplied from International Humic Substance Society. Migration experiments of Ni had been performed by a column system, to investigate migration behavior of Ni through a column packed crushed rock. The Ni concentration in the effluent passed through the column was corresponding to the fractional percentage of Ni complexing with humic substance in influent solution. This result suggests that the Ni complexing with humic substance in influent solution was flowed out from the column without any effective interactions with the rock media. The migration behavior of Ni could be expressed by a migration model taking account of the complexation kinetics of Ni with humic substance in the aqueous phase.



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