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Study on Properties of Copper-Contaminated Soil Solidified by Solid Waste System Combined with Cement
Three industrial solid wastes including red mud, carbide slag, and phosphogypsum combined with ordinary Portland cement were used as curing agents to solidify/stabilize loess polluted by a high concentration of copper ions. The unconfined compressive strength, resistivity, permeability coefficient, copper ion leaching concentration, pH value, and other engineering application evaluation indexes were analyzed to preliminarily assess the applicability of the curing agent in the remediation ofdoi:10.3390/su14095604 fatcat:p7z2zc76wjc7lfcdwttvuwf5mm