Methods of Detection and Analysis of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (C10-C40) in Soil
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Disi Liang, Jianzhi Chen, Jiehuang Guo
With the rapid development of industrialization nowadays, especially the rapid development of petroleum industry, the petroleum industry will bring some environmental and ecological pollution problems in the process of production, processing and transportation, especially in recent years, the problem of oil pollution is becoming more and more serious, and oil incidents are common and more and more concerned by people. Oil pollution will not only cause irreparable harm to the soil, but also make it more serious that the contaminated soil is difficult to repair, and the PAHs in the pollutants will go deep into the rain atmosphere and organisms, destroy the environment, and pose a serious threat to the safety of human life. Therefore, it is of great significance for the detection of total petroleum hydrocarbons in contaminated soil.
Soil, Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Dichloromethane, Ultrasonic Extraction, Rapid Solvent Extraction Right