Interactions Between Acidic Solutions and Clay Liners : Permeability and Neutralization / SR. Peterson, GW. Gee
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- Hydraulic Barriers in Soil and Rock (1984 : Denver, CO)
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- Gee, GW.
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- Liner failure, defined as an increase in liner permeability, was not found to be a problem when acidic uranium mill tailings solutions percolated through clay liner materials for periods extending up to three years. Liner materials taken from mill sites in Wyoming decreased in permeability with time in the laboratory columns when permeated with tailings solution. One clay liner decreased in permeability from one half to over two orders of magnitude, depending on the given clay sample and contacting solution. These decreases in permeability were attributed to pore plugging resulting from the precipitation of minerals and solids and to soil particle dispersion.
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- Volume 1985, Issue 874 (January 1985)
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