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13) where rb = bulk density of the soil. q = porosity (at low soil porosity values, retardation increases, while retardation decreases as the soil porosity increases). Kd = distribution coefficient. The variable bulk density in the retardation equation is the weight of a soil per unit volume. 54 Mg/ m3 (megagrams per cubic meter = grams per cubic centimeter). 0 indicate a high level of organic matter (Conklin, 1996). For a sandy aquifer, values for rb/q range from 4 to 6. Distribution coefficient (Kd) values are obtained from the literature, calculated from the measured organic carbon content in soil, or measured from laboratory batch sorption or column transport studies.
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Kd = distribution coefficient. The variable bulk density in the retardation equation is the weight of a soil per unit volume. 54 Mg/ m3 (megagrams per cubic meter = grams per cubic centimeter). 0 indicate a high level of organic matter (Conklin, 1996). For a sandy aquifer, values for rb/q range from 4 to 6. Distribution coefficient (Kd) values are obtained from the literature, calculated from the measured organic carbon content in soil, or measured from laboratory batch sorption or column transport studies.