B H M L

3. Use Equation 3.23 to determine the sorption coefficient during flow on the overland-flow terrace:

TABLE 3.6

Removal of Organic Chemicals in Land Treatment Systems

Slow Ratea

TABLE 3.6

Removal of Organic Chemicals in Land Treatment Systems

Slow Ratea

Flowb

Infiltration'

(%)

Chloroform

98.57

99.23

96.5

>99.99

Toluene

>99.99

>99.99

99.00

99.99

Benzene

>99.99

>99.99

98.09

>99.99

Chlorobenzene

99.97

99.98

98.99

>99.99

Bromoform

99.93

99.96

97.43

>99.99

Dibromochloromethane

99.72

99.72

98.78

>99.99

m-Nitrotoluene

>99.99

>99.99

94.03

_d

PCB 1242

>99.99

>99.99

96.46

>99.99

Naphthalene

99.98

99.98

98.49

96.15

Phenanthrene

>99.99

>99.99

99.19

Pentachlorophenol

>99.99

>99.99

98.06

2,4-Dinitrophenol

93.44

Nitrobenzene

>99.99

>99.99

88.73

m-Dichlorobenzene

>99.99

>99.99

82.27

Pentane

>99.99

>99.99

Hexane

99.96

99.96

Diethylphthalate

90.75

a Parker and Jenkins (1986). b Jenkins et al. (1985). c Love et al. (1983). d Not reported.

ksorb ksorb

4. The overall rate constant is the sum of kvol and ksorb:

5. Use Equation 3.24 to determine the toluene concentration in the overland-flow runoff:

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