Aggregation of Lead Phosphate Nanoparticles: Implications for Lead Immobilization in Soil and Pipes
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Flint, Michigan (2014) and Washington D.C. (2001) found high levels of lead in their drinking water pipelines. Problem: Lead in pipes is corroding and contaminating the drinking water. Goal: To study the aggregation behavior and find the optimal conditions for lead (Pb) removal from the drinking water pipes and the soil.