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 AS  Vol.9 No.12 , December 2018
Clay Sorbents in the Area of the Most and Sokolov Basins as a Possible Use in Agriculture Reclamations
Abstract: This paper is devoted to the possibilities of the reclamation use of claystone sorbents of the Most and Sokolov basins. The properties of phytotoxic areas suitable for the application of sorbents, the locality, and parameters of the main clay sorbents of both brown coal basins are briefly summarized in the paper. Clay sorbents are suitable for the reclamation of phytotoxic surfaces contaminated by coal. This paper provides a brief evaluation of the properties of the claystone sorbents of the North Bohemian and Sokolov basins. In the region of the North Bohemian brown coal basin, potential sorbents can be used for the reclamation works.
Cite this paper: Vráblík, P. , Řehoř, M. , Schmidt, P. , Vráblíková, J. and Wildová, E. (2018) Clay Sorbents in the Area of the Most and Sokolov Basins as a Possible Use in Agriculture Reclamations. Agricultural Sciences, 9, 1621-1628. doi: 10.4236/as.2018.912113.
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