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000109557 037__ $$aARTICLE
000109557 245__ $$aDevelopment of an optical fiber fluorescence setup for in-situ PAHs detection in porous media. Application to pyranine transport in sand columns
000109557 269__ $$a1997
000109557 260__ $$c1997
000109557 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000109557 500__ $$aCopyright 2003 ACS
000109557 500__ $$aCAPLUS
000109557 500__ $$aAN 1998:494053
000109557 500__ $$aCAN 129:108542
000109557 500__ $$a19-1
000109557 500__ $$aFertilizers, Soils, and Plant Nutrition
000109557 500__ $$aLaboratoire Pollution Atmospherique Sol,Swiss Federal Institute Technology Lausanne,Lausanne,Switz. FIELD URL:
000109557 500__ $$aJournal
000109557 500__ $$aIJEAA3
000109557 500__ $$awritten in English.
000109557 500__ $$aPolycyclic compounds Role: ANT (Analyte), POL (Pollutant), ANST (Analytical study), OCCU (Occurrence) (arom. hydrocarbons; optical fiber fluorescence setup for PAHs detection in porous media); Fluorometry; Optical fibers; Soil analysis; Soil pollution (optical fiber fluorescence setup for PAHs detection in porous media); Sand Role: AMX (Analytical matrix), ANST (Analytical study) (optical fiber fluorescence setup for PAHs detection in porous media); Aromatic hydrocarbons Role: ANT (Analyte), POL (Pollutant), ANST (Analytical study), OCCU (Occurrence) (polycyclic; optical fiber fluorescence setup for PAHs detection in porous media)
000109557 520__ $$aAn optical method based on fluorescence spectroscopy was developed for in-situ non-destructive, real time, org. pollutant detection and quantification in soil. Optical fiber-based light-induced fluorescence probes allowing in-situ specific chem. detection were constructed. Pyranine was chosen as a model fluorescent polycyclic arom. hydrocarbon (PAH). The effect of sand particles on fluorescence measurements was established: the fluorescence intensity in water-satd. sand was 8 times lower than in aq. solns., due to light scattering by the sand particles. To adapt the method to dynamic pollutant concn. measurements in soil, 2 different designs of light diffusers were constructed and compared. A light distributor with a quartz window was chosen for its higher sensitivity and reproducibility. The probes were introduced into 2 different columns: short ones used to study the effect of the measurement location in the column and longer ones to study pyranine transport. It was shown that, in columns, the measurement location plays an important role; measurements near the walls, in particular, were different from those performed more towards the center of the column in a given section. As a consequence, one should avoid measurements near the circumference. Results were successfully compared to a chem. transport model and revealed that the methodol. is a powerful tool to measure in-situ concn. changes; on the other hand, fluorescent measurements can be used efficiently to det. transport parameters and give results comparable with those obtained with classical breakthrough curve fittings.
000109557 6531_ $$aPhotomedicine group
000109557 6531_ $$aPhysique du sol
000109557 6531_ $$a6358-69-6 (Pyranine) Role: ANT (Analyte)
000109557 6531_ $$aPOL (Pollutant)
000109557 6531_ $$aANST (Analytical study)
000109557 6531_ $$aOCCU (Occurrence) (optical fiber fluorescence setup for PAHs detection in porous media)
000109557 6531_ $$asoil pollution fluorescence spectroscopy PAH
000109557 6531_ $$apyranine sand pollution fluorescense spectroscopy
000109557 6531_ $$aoptical fiber fluorescence spectroscopy PAH soil
000109557 700__ $$aMoser-Boroumand, F.
000109557 700__ $$aMartins, J. M. F.
000109557 700__ $$aFüri, P.
000109557 700__ $$aForrer, M.
000109557 700__ $$0241114$$g105832$$aMermoud, A.
000109557 700__ $$0240886$$g106613$$aVan den Bergh, H.
000109557 773__ $$j68$$tInternational Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry$$k2$$q239-256
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