Leachability of Solidified Petroleum Sludge

Mohd Zain, Asna and Shaaban, Md Ghazaly and Mahmud, Hilmi (2014) Leachability of Solidified Petroleum Sludge. [Citation Index Journal]



Pe Petroleum sludge was solidified in ordinary Portland cement, and the leachability test troleum was performed based on American Nuclear Society 16.1 to produce leachate. The organic in solidified sludge was extracted by micro solid extraction to determine the organic in the sample. Organic in the leachate sample was detected by solid phase micro extraction by head space poly polydi dimethyl methyl siloxane fiber using gas chromatography mass spectrometry. The targeted organic compounds in solid sample and leachate were quantified by the benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene, xylene, naphthalene and phenanthrene standard standards. The organic . compounds in solidified sludge consist of aliphatic and ester acid with long carbon chain of Carbon 15 to Carbon 64. The aliphatic group in the leachate was f found at the reduced rate of about tenfold of the solid sample. Derivative leachate ound products mainly composed of cyclic siloxane compound compounds. The metals leachability in the acidic . medium depends on the metal hydroxide solubility value. High lead mobility in th the acidic medium e was due to its high solubility induced the highest effective diffusion coefficient of 1.59 x 10 10-07 cm 2/s /s.

Item Type:Citation Index Journal
Subjects:T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
Academic Subject One:Academic Department - Civil Engineering - Water and environment - Environmental - Hazardous waste
Academic Subject Two:Academic Department - Chemical Engineering - Environment
Academic Subject Three:petroleum engineering
Departments / MOR / COE:Research Institutes > Institute for Sustainable Building
ID Code:11227
Deposited By: Ms Asna Mohd Zain
Deposited On:19 Aug 2014 03:07
Last Modified:20 Mar 2017 01:59

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