New paper on regrowth of arsenate–sulfate effloresences

Our lab has published new results that show the regrowth of arsenate–sulfate effloresences on the walls of processing plant buildings at an historical arsenic–tin mine in New South Wales. This result is interesting because it shows that simply removing the efflorescences will not remediate the processing site.

You can learn more here: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2017.01.015.

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