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EC number: 231-845-5 | CAS number: 7758-95-4
Time variable TICKET-UWM simulations were performed to assess lead removal from the water column relative to the definition of rapid removal for soluble metals of greater than 70% removal in a 28-day period. The following conclusion could be formulated:
- For a standard lake environment consisting of the EUSES model lake parameters, lead removal from the water column satisfies the definition for rapid removal of 70% dissolved lead removal in 28 days;
- For a standard lake environment consisting of the EUSES model lake parameters, assessed at pH 6 to 7, lead removal from the water column satisfies the definition for rapid removal of 70% dissolved lead removal in 28 days;
- The potential for remobilization from anoxic and oxic sediments, quantified by comparing water column lead concentrations resulting from sediment feedback to the 70% removal concentration, is insignificant
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