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Dense Chlorinated Solvents in Porous and Fractured Media:
Model Experiments

By Friedrich Schwille (Translated by James F. Pankow)

The acclaimed and landmark book by Friedrich Schwille that established the DNAPL paradigm for distribution of nonaqueous phase liquids in groundwater.

Suggested citation: Schwille, F. (1988) Dense Chlorinated Solvents in Porous and Fractured Media: Model Experiments, translated from the German by J. F. Pankow, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 146 pages.

This book is out of print.
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Contents of the Book

  • Forward and Translators Preface (by Pankow and Cherry)
  • Prefaces to German and English Additions (by Schwille)
  • Ch 1. Theoretical Considerations
  • Ch 2. Spreading Models
  • Ch 3. Spreading as a Fluid Phase in Porous Media
  • Ch 4. Retention Capacities of Porous Media
  • Ch 5. Microscopy Examinations
  • Ch 6. Spreading as a Fluid Phase in Fractured Media
  • Color Plates and Photographs
  • Ch 7. Migration in Aqueous Solution
  • Ch 8. Spreading as a Gas Phase
  • Ch 9. Conclusions
  • Bibliography
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