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Glossary entry:Electrokenetic Separation (EURODEMO)
Meaning in EUGRIS: Electrokenetic separation is a technology based on the theory that a low-density current will mobilize contaminants in the form of charged species. A current passed between electrodes is intended to cause aqueous media, ions, and particulates to move through the soil, waste, and water. Contaminants arriving at the electrodes can be removed by means of electroplating or electrodeposition, precipitation or coprecipitation, adsorption, complexing with ion exchange resins, or by pumping of water (or other fluid) near the electrode.

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French:Séparation éléctrocinétique
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