A surface-modified amorphous manganese oxide was prepared to increase the stability of a previously studied promising stabilizing agent. Despite smaller mass loss of the modified sorbent, the immobilizing efficiency with respect to contaminating metals were comparable for both materials in the long term.
Michálková Z., Komárek M., Vítková M., Řečínská M., Ettler V., 2016. Stability, transformations and stabilizing potential of an amorphous manganese oxide and its surface-modified form in contaminated soils. Applied Geochemistry 75, 125-136. DOI: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2016.10.020
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