EZVIEmulsified Zero-Valent Iron
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To address DNAPLs directly, emulsified ZVI (eZVI) has been used.
Emulsified zero valent iron, or EZVI, is an iron particle encapsulated in a biodegradable oil membrane that can soak up insoluble contaminants and break them down into harmless compounds.
Type of nanoparticles used (A) and type of media treated (B) at sites listed in Supplemental Material, Table 2 (doi:10.1289/ehp.0900793.s1) A Type of nanoparticles used Nano-oxide 2% nZVI 60% eZVI 9% BNP 29% B Type of media treated Soil 2% Groundwater 60% Soil and groundwater 16% Sands and clayey silts 2% Unknown 20% Note: Table made from pie chart.