Etude de la production d’eau douce à partir de formations argileuses dans les zones de foothills
Dragan Grgic and Jérôme Sterpenich
Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
*the range of Cl isotopic fractionation was down to – 0.5‰.
Significant Cl and Br isotope fractionation (between 0.5 ‰ and 1.5 ‰) was observed during the long term experimental compaction of two different clay rich materials.
Cl/Br and δ37Cl evolution in seawater expelled during the compaction of MX-80 smectite.
Strydom, J., Eggenkamp, H., Sterpenich, J., Agrinier, P., Richard, A., Grgic, D., Gaire, P., Mosser-Ruck, R. & Gaucher, E. C. (2019), Cl/Br and δ37Cl evolution in seawater expelled during the compaction of MX-80 smectite. E3S Web of Conferences Volume 98.
keywords: Ultrafiltration, Br concentrations, Compacted clays, Compaction experiments, Diffuse double layers, Stable isotopes