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    1. Boving, TB; Grathwohl, P
      Tracer diffusion coefficients in sedimentary rocks: correlation to porosity and hydraulic conductivity

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    2. Li, L; Yolcubal, I; Sandrin, S; Hu, MQ; Brusseau, ML
      Biodegradation during contaminant transport in porous media: 3. Apparent condition-dependency of growth-related coefficients

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    3. Simoni, SF; Schafer, A; Harms, H; Zehnder, AJB
      Factors affecting mass transfer limited biodegradation in saturated porousmedia

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    4. Johnson, MD; Weber, WJ
      Rapid prediction of long-term rates of contaminant desorption from soils and sediments

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    5. Wang, Z; Friedrich, DM; Beversluis, MR; Hemmer, SL; Joly, AG; Huesemann, MH; Truex, MJ; Riley, RG; Thompson, CJ; Peyton, BM
      A fluorescence spectroscopic study of phenanthrene sorption on porous silica

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    6. Young, KD; LeBoeuf, EJ
      Development of a glass ampoule system for evaluation of long-term sorption/desorption behavior of vapor phase volatile organic compounds in geosorbents

      ANALYST
    7. Gevao, B; Semple, KT; Jones, KC
      Bound pesticide residues in soils: a review

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    8. Cornelissen, G; Hassell, KA; van Noort, PCM; Kraaij, R; van Ekeren, PJ; Dijkema, C; de Jager, PA; Govers, HAJ
      Slow desorption of PCBs and chlorobenzenes from soils and sediments: relations with sorbent and sorbate characteristics

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    9. Schirmer, M; Molson, JW; Frind, EO; Barker, JF
      Biodegradation modelling of a dissolved gasoline plume applying independent laboratory and field parameters

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    10. Pignatello, JJ
      The measurement and interpretation of sorption and desorption rates for organic compounds in soil media

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 69
    11. de Seze, G; Valsaraj, KT; Reible, DD; Thibodeaux, LJ
      Sediment-air equilibrium partitioning of semi-volatile hydrophobic organiccompounds. Part 1. Method development and water vapor sorption isotherm

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    12. Dolgonosov, BM
      Modeling of aerobic biodegradation and oxygen consumption in benthic sediments

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    13. Deitsch, JJ; Smith, JA; Culver, TB; Brown, RA; Riddle, SA
      Distributed rate model analysis of 1,2-dichlorobenzene batch sorption and desorption rates for five natural sorbents

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    14. Cornelissen, G; Van Noort, PCM; Nachtegaal, G; Kentgens, APM
      A solid-state fluorine-NMR study on hexafluorobenzene sorbed by sediments,polymers, and active carbon

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    15. Hawthorne, SB; Grabanski, CB
      Correlating selective supercritical fluid extraction with bioremediation behavior of PAHs in a field treatment plot

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    16. Castilla, HJ; Werth, CJ; McMillan, SA
      Structural evaluation of slow desorbing sites in model and natural solids using temperature stepped desorption profiles. 2. Column results

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    17. Culver, TB; Brown, RA; Smith, JA
      Rate-limited sorption and desorption of 1,2-dichlorobenzene to a natural sand soil column

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    18. Costanza, MS; Brusseau, ML
      Contaminant vapor adsorption at the gas-water interface in soils

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    19. Kleineidam, S; Rugner, H; Grathwohl, P
      Impact of grain scale heterogeneity on slow sorption kinetics

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    20. Young, DF; Ball, WP
      Two-region linear/nonlinear sorption modeling: Batch and column experiments

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    21. Deitsch, JJ; Smith, JA
      Sorption and desorption rate comparisons for 1,2-dichlorobenzene to a peatsoil

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    22. Stager, MP; Perram, GP
      Long-term desorption of trichloroethylene from flint clay using multiplexed optical detection

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    23. Brusseau, ML; Xie, LH; Li, L
      Biodegradation during contaminant transport in porous media: 1. mathematical analysis of controlling factors

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    24. Hollenbeck, KJ; Harvey, CF; Haggerty, R; Werth, CJ
      A method for estimating distributions of mass transfer rate coefficients with application to purging and batch experiments

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    25. Morrissey, FA; Grismer, ME
      Kinetics of volatile organic compound sorption/desorption on clay minerals

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    26. Streck, T; Richter, J
      Field-scale study of chlortoluron movement in a sandy soil over winter: II. Modeling

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    27. Carmichael, LM; Smith, TG; Pardieck, DL
      Site-specific sorption values for mixtures of volatile and semivolatile organic compounds in sandy soils

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    28. Cornelissen, G; van Zuilen, H; van Noort, PCM
      Particle size dependence of slow desorption of in situ PAHs from sediments

      CHEMOSPHERE
    29. Farrell, J; Grassian, D; Jones, M
      Investigation of mechanisms contributing to slow desorption of hydrophobicorganic compounds from mineral solids

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    30. Hawthorne, SB; Bjorklund, E; Bowadt, S; Mathiasson, L
      Determining PCB sorption/desorption behavior on sediments using selective supercritical fluid extraction. 3. Sorption from water

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    31. Ahn, IS; Lion, LW; Shuler, ML
      Validation of a hybrid "two-site gamma" model for naphthalene desorption kinetics

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    32. McMillan, SA; Werth, CJ
      Counter-diffusion of isotopically labeled trichloroethylene in silica gel and geosorbent micropores: Model development

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    33. Bjorklund, E; Bowadt, S; Mathiasson, L; Hawthorne, SB
      Determining PCB sorption desorption behavior on sediments using selective supercritical fluid ertraction. 1. Desorption from historically contaminated samples

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    34. Brusseau, ML; Hu, MQ; Wang, JM; Maier, RM
      Biodegradation during contaminant transport in porous media. 2. The influence of physicochemical factors

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    35. WANG XC; NGO TX; ZHOU YX; NONNER JC
      MODELING AND REMEDIATION OF GROUND-WATER CONTAMINATION AT THE ENGELSE-WERK WELLFIELD

      Ground water monitoring & remediation
    36. ZHANG WX; BOUWER EJ; BALL WP
      BIOAVAILABILITY OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS - EFFECTS AND IMPLICATIONS OF SORPTION-RELATED MASS-TRANSFER ON BIOREMEDIATION

      Ground water monitoring & remediation
    37. HU MQ; BRUSSEAU ML
      COUPLED EFFECTS OF NONLINEAR, RATE-LIMITED SORPTION AND BIODEGRADATION ON TRANSPORT OF 2.4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID IN SOIL

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    38. HAGGERTY R; GORELICK SM
      MODELING MASS-TRANSFER PROCESSES IN SOIL COLUMNS WITH PORE-SCALE HETEROGENEITY

      Soil Science Society of America journal
    39. GRIFFIOEN J
      SUITABILITY OF THE FIRST-ORDER MASS-TRANSFER CONCEPT FOR DESCRIBING CYCLIC DIFFUSIVE MASS-TRANSFER IN STAGNANT ZONES

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    40. FESCH C; LEHMANN P; HADERLEIN SB; HINZ C; SCHWARZENBACH RP; FLUHLER H
      EFFECT OF WATER-CONTENT ON SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN A POROUS-MEDIUM CONTAINING REACTIVE MICROAGGREGATES

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    41. JOHNSON WP; CABRAL K; LION LW; CORAPCIOGLU YM
      RECONCILIATION OF EXPRESSIONS FOR THE MODIFIED RETARDATION FACTOR ANDINCORPORATION OF NONLINEAR CONTAMINANT SORPTION TO THE STATIONARY-PHASE

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    42. VANDEWEERD H; LEIJNSE A; VANRIEMSDIJK WH
      TRANSPORT OF REACTIVE COLLOIDS AND CONTAMINANTS IN GROUNDWATER - EFFECT OF NONLINEAR KINETIC INTERACTIONS

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    43. BROOKS SC; HERMAN JS; HORNBERGER GM; MILLS AL
      BIODEGRADATION OF COBALT-CITRATE COMPLEXES - IMPLICATIONS FOR COBALT MOBILITY IN GROUNDWATER

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    44. MACINTYRE WG; ANTWORTH CP; STAUFFER TB; YOUNG RG
      HETEROGENEITY OF SORPTION AND TRANSPORT-RELATED PROPERTIES IN A SAND-GRAVEL AQUIFER AT COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    45. WEBER WJ; HUANG WL; YU H
      HYSTERESIS IN THE SORPTION AND DESORPTION OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS BY SOILS AND SEDIMENTS - 2 - EFFECTS OF SOIL ORGANIC-MATTER HETEROGENEITY

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    46. NJOROGE BNK; BALL WP; CHERRY RS
      SORPTION OF 1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE AND TETRACHLOROETHENE WITHIN AN AUTHIGENIC SOIL-PROFILE - CHANGES IN K-OC WITH SOIL DEPTH

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    47. CUNNINGHAM JA; ROBERTS PV
      USE OF TEMPORAL MOMENTS TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF NONUNIFORM GRAIN-SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON THE TRANSPORT OF SORBING SOLUTES

      Water resources research
    48. GONG YY; DEPINTO JV; RHEE GY; LIU X
      DESORPTION RATES OF 2 PCB CONGENERS FROM SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS - I - EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

      Water research (Oxford)
    49. GONG YY; DEPINTO JV
      DESORPTION RATES OF 2 PCB CONGENERS FROM SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS - II - MODEL SIMULATION

      Water research (Oxford)
    50. Vukovic, M; Biscan, J
      A contribution to environmental risk assessment for transport of cadmium through groundwater layers. Case study of the Sava river (near Zagreb, Croatia) region

      WATER RESEARCH
    51. DEITSCH JJ; SMITH JA; ARNOLD MB; BOLUS J
      SORPTION AND DESORPTION RATES OF CARBON-TETRACHLORIDE AND 1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE TO 3 ORGANOBENTONITES AND A NATURAL PEAT SOIL

      Environmental science & technology
    52. YOUNG DF; BALL WP
      ESTIMATING DIFFUSION-COEFFICIENTS IN LOW-PERMEABILITY POROUS-MEDIA USING A MACROPORE COLUMN

      Environmental science & technology
    53. PIATT JJ; BRUSSEAU ML
      RATE-LIMITED SORPTION OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS BY SOILS WITH WELL-CHARACTERIZED ORGANIC-MATTER

      Environmental science & technology
    54. HERON G; VANZUTPHEN M; CHRISTENSEN TH; ENFIELD CG
      SOIL HEATING FOR ENHANCED REMEDIATION OF CHLORINATED SOLVENTS - A LABORATORY STUDY ON RESISTIVE HEATING AND VAPOR EXTRACTION IN A SILTY, LOW-PERMEABLE SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH TRICHLOROETHYLENE

      Environmental science & technology
    55. BARNA L; BAYARD R; BLANCHARD JM; GOURDON R
      MODELING AND SIMULATION OF HYDROCARBON MOBILITY IN SOIL-WATER AND SOIL-SUPERCRITICAL CARBON-DIOXIDE SYSTEMS

      Chemical Engineering Science
    56. BALL WP; XIA G; DURFEE DP; WILSON RD; BROWN MJ; MACKAY DM
      HOT METHANOL EXTRACTION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE ORGANIC-CHEMICALS IN SUBSURFACE CORE SAMPLES FROM DOVER AIR-FORCE BASE, DELAWARE

      Ground water monitoring & remediation
    57. MOHAMMED N; ALLAYLA RI
      MODELING TRANSPORT AND BIODEGRADATION OF BTX COMPOUNDS IN SATURATED SANDY SOIL

      Journal of hazardous materials
    58. LIN TF
      DIFFUSION AND SORPTION OF WATER-VAPOR AND BENZENE WITHIN A DRY MODEL SOIL ORGANIC-MATTER

      Water science and technology
    59. JORDAN RN; YONGE DR; HATHHORN WE
      ENHANCED MOBILITY OF PB IN THE PRESENCE OF DISSOLVED NATURAL ORGANIC-MATTER

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    60. VANDEWEERD H; LEIJNSE A
      ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF KINETICS ON COLLOID FACILITATED RADIONUCLIDE TRANSPORT IN POROUS-MEDIA

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    61. NADIM F; NADIM A; HOAG GE; DAHMANI AM
      DESORPTION RATE LIMITATION IN THE EXTRACTION OF ORGANIC-MOLECULES FROM UNSATURATED SOILS DURING SOIL VENTING OPERATIONS

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    62. BAI GY; BRUSSEAU ML; MILLER RM
      INFLUENCE OF A RHAMNOLIPID BIOSURFACTANT ON THE TRANSPORT OF BACTERIATHROUGH A SANDY SOIL

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    63. TOTSCHE KU; DANZER J; KOGELKNABNER I
      DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER-ENHANCED RETENTION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN SOIL MISCIBLE DISPLACEMENT EXPERIMENTS

      Journal of environmental quality
    64. JIN LJ; DAI JY; WANG LS; WEI ZB; HUANG QG; ZHANG Z
      DETERMINATION AND ESTIMATION OF THE SORPTION OF BENZALDEHYDES ON SOIL

      Chemosphere
    65. CUNNINGHAM JA; WERTH CJ; REINHARD M; ROBERTS PV
      EFFECTS OF GRAIN-SCALE MASS-TRANSFER ON THE TRANSPORT OF VOLATILE ORGANICS THROUGH SEDIMENTS .1. MODEL DEVELOPMENT

      Water resources research
    66. BALL WP; LIU CX; XIA GS; YOUNG DF
      A DIFFUSION-BASED INTERPRETATION OF TETRACHLOROETHENE AND TRICHLOROETHENE CONCENTRATION PROFILES IN A GROUNDWATER AQUITARD

      Water resources research
    67. CZAJKA DR; LION LW; SHULER ML; GHIORSE WC
      EVALUATION OF THE UTILITY OF BACTERIAL EXTRACELLULAR POLYMERS FOR TREATMENT OF METAL-CONTAMINATED SOILS - POLYMER PERSISTENCE, MOBILITY, AND THE INFLUENCE OF LEAD

      Water research
    68. ALLENKING RM; MCKAY LD; TRUDELL MR
      ORGANIC-CARBON DOMINATED TRICHLOROETHENE SORPTION IN A CLAY-RICH GLACIAL DEPOSIT

      Ground water
    69. HUANG WL; YOUNG TM; SCHLAUTMAN MA; YU H; WEBER WJ
      A DISTRIBUTED REACTIVITY MODEL FOR SORPTION BY SOILS AND SEDIMENTS .9. GENERAL ISOTHERM NONLINEARITY AND APPLICABILITY OF THE DUAL REACTIVEDOMAIN MODEL

      Environmental science & technology
    70. DIVINCENZO JP; SPARKS DL
      SLOW SORPTION KINETICS OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL ON SOIL - CONCENTRATION EFFECTS

      Environmental science & technology
    71. MADER BT; UWEGOSS K; EISENREICH SJ
      SORPTION OF NONIONIC, HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC-CHEMICALS TO MINERAL SURFACES

      Environmental science & technology
    72. WERTH CJ; REINHARD M
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON TRICHLOROETHYLENE DESORPTION FROM SILICA-GEL AND NATURAL SEDIMENTS .1. ISOTHERMS

      Environmental science & technology
    73. WERTH CJ; REINHARD M
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON TRICHLOROETHYLENE DESORPTION FROM SILICA-GEL AND NATURAL SEDIMENTS .2. KINETICS

      Environmental science & technology
    74. LUTHY RG; AIKEN GR; BRUSSEAU ML; CUNNINGHAM SD; GSCHWEND PM; PIGNATELLO JJ; REINHARD M; TRAINA SJ; WEBER WJ; WESTALL JC
      SEQUESTRATION OF HYDROPHOBIC ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS BY GEOSORBENTS

      Environmental science & technology
    75. POERSCHMANN J; ZHANG ZY; KOPINKE FD; PAWLISZYN J
      SOLID-PHASE MICROEXTRACTION FOR DETERMINING THE DISTRIBUTION OF CHEMICALS IN AQUEOUS MATRICES

      Analytical chemistry
    76. HARMS H; BOSMA TNP
      MASS-TRANSFER LIMITATION OF MICROBIAL-GROWTH AND POLLUTANT DEGRADATION

      Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology
    77. ALVAREZ PJJ
      CAUTION AGAINST THE INAPPROPRIATE USE OF ANALYTICAL FATE AND TRANSPORT MODELS TO ESTIMATE THE AGE AND RISK OF PETROLEUM-PRODUCT RELEASES

      Ground water monitoring & remediation
    78. MINNICH MM; ZIMMERMAN JH; SCHUMACHER BA
      EXTRACTION METHODS FOR RECOVERY OF VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS FROM FORTIFIED DRY SOILS

      Journal of AOAC International
    79. LOEHR RC; WEBSTER MT
      BEHAVIOR OF FRESH VS AGED CHEMICALS IN SOIL

      Journal of soil contamination
    80. HARMON TC; DELABARRE BK; ROBERTS PV
      ESTIMATING INTERNAL MASS-TRANSFER RATES IN SOILS USING SCINTILLATION FLUID EXTRACTION

      Separations technology
    81. ERRETT DH; CHIN YP; XU YP; YAN YJ
      THE SORPTION AND DESORPTION-KINETICS OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS IN METHANOL WATER MIXTURES/

      Hazardous waste & hazardous materials
    82. CORSEUIL HX; AIRES JR; ALVAREZ PJJ
      IMPLICATIONS OF THE PRESENCE OF ETHANOL ON INTRINSIC BIOREMEDIATION OF BTX PLUMES IN BRAZIL

      Hazardous waste & hazardous materials
    83. GEERDINK MJ; KLEIJNTJENS RH; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; LUYBEN KCAM
      MICROBIAL DECONTAMINATION OF POLLUTED SOIL IN A SLURRY PROCESS

      Journal of environmental engineering
    84. XING BS; PIGNATELLO JJ
      TIME-DEPENDENT ISOTHERM SHAPE OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS IN SOIL ORGANIC-MATTER - IMPLICATIONS FOR SORPTION MECHANISM

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    85. SANDOLI RL; GHIORSE WC; MADSEN EL
      REGULATION OF MICROBIAL PHENANTHRENE MINERALIZATION IN SEDIMENT SAMPLES BY SORBENT-SORBATE CONTACT TIME, INOCULA AND GAMMA-IRRADIATION-INDUCED STERILIZATION ARTIFACTS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    86. CORSEUIL HX; ALVAREZ PJJ
      NATURAL BIOREMEDIATION PERSPECTIVE FOR BTX-CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER IN BRAZIL - EFFECT OF ETHANOL

      Water science and technology
    87. KONG D; HARMON TC
      USING THE MULTIPLE CELL BALANCE METHOD TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF 2-DIMENSIONAL GROUNDWATER-FLOW AND CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT WITH NONEQUILIBRIUMSORPTION

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    88. KELLY WR; HORNBERGER GM; HERMAN JS; MILLS AL
      KINETICS OF BTX BIODEGRADATION AND MINERALIZATION IN BATCH AND COLUMNSYSTEMS

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    89. ALLENKING RM; GROENEVELT H; WARREN CJ; MACKAY DM
      NONLINEAR CHLORINATED-SOLVENT SORPTION IN 4 AQUITARDS

      Journal of contaminant hydrology
    90. BECK AJ; JOHNSON DL; JONES KC
      THE FORM AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF NONIONIC ORGANIC-CHEMICALS IN SEWAGE SLUDGE-AMENDED AGRICULTURAL SOILS

      Science of the total environment
    91. ALLENKING RM; GILLHAM RW; BARKER JF
      FATE OF DISSOLVED TOLUENE DURING STEADY INFILTRATION THROUGH UNSATURATED SOIL .1. METHOD EMPHASIZING CHLOROFORM AS A VOLATILE, SORPTIVE, AND RECALCITRANT TRACER

      Journal of environmental quality
    92. ALLENKING RM; GILLHAM RW; BARKER JF; SUDICKY EA
      FATE OF DISSOLVED TOLUENE DURING STEADY INFILTRATION THROUGH UNSATURATED SOIL .2. BIOTRANSFORMATION UNDER NUTRIENT-LIMITED CONDITIONS

      Journal of environmental quality
    93. KNABNER P; TOTSCHE KU; KOGELKNABNER I
      THE MODELING OF REACTIVE SOLUTE TRANSPORT WITH SORPTION TO MOBILE ANDIMMOBILE SORBENTS .1. EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE AND MODEL DEVELOPMENT

      Water resources research
    94. JOHNSON WP; LOGAN BE
      ENHANCED TRANSPORT OF BACTERIA IN POROUS-MEDIA BY SEDIMENT-PHASE AND AQUEOUS-PHASE NATURAL ORGANIC-MATTER

      Water research
    95. LI JH; LANGFORD CH; GAMBLE DS
      ATRAZINE SORPTION BY A MINERAL SOIL - EFFECTS OF SOIL SIZE FRACTIONS AND TEMPERATURE

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    96. BROWN MJ; BURRIS DR
      ENHANCED ORGANIC CONTAMINANT SORPTION ON SOIL TREATED WITH CATIONIC SURFACTANTS

      Ground water
    97. GU BH; MEHLHORN TL; LIANG LY; MCCARTHY JF
      COMPETITIVE ADSORPTION, DISPLACEMENT, AND TRANSPORT OF ORGANIC-MATTERON IRON-OXIDE .2. DISPLACEMENT AND TRANSPORT

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    98. AROCHA MA; JACKMAN AP; MCCOY BJ
      ADSORPTION-KINETICS OF TOLUENE ON SOIL AGGLOMERATES - SOIL AS A BIPOROUS SORBENT

      Environmental science & technology
    99. CORLEY TL; FARRELL J; HONG B; CONKLIN MH
      VOC ACCUMULATION AND PORE FILLING IN UNSATURATED POROUS-MEDIA

      Environmental science & technology
    100. HUANG WL; SCHLAUTMAN MA; WEBER WJ
      A DISTRIBUTED REACTIVITY MODEL FOR SORPTION BY SOILS AND SEDIMENTS .5. THE INFLUENCE OF NEAR-SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS IN MINERAL DOMAINS

      Environmental science & technology


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