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Identification of contaminated soils by dielectric constant and electrical conductivity


Journal of Environmental Engineering New York 123(2): 169-177
Identification of contaminated soils by dielectric constant and electrical conductivity
The possibility of using dielectric constant and electrical conductivity to characterize and identify contaminated fine-grained soils was investigated.

Accession: 002863398

DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9372(1997)123:2(169)

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