Contribution of the evaporation from lake

When the oxidant and ferrous solutions are injected into an anoxic aquifer, ferric hydroxides are formed on the surface of the matrix particles through the heterogeneous ferrous iron oxidation reaction. Because the ferric hydroxide particles in the aquifer sediments have a large surface area, they play the 1-NM-PP1 role in the removal of arsenic from the groundwater (Richmond et al., 2004). It is worth noting that during vitamins process, ferrous iron can also be adsorbed and subsequently oxidized to form new ferric hydroxide particles, which can further adsorb ferrous iron and arsenic.