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Simonnot, Marie-Odile

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Works: 55 works in 71 publications in 2 languages and 359 library holdings
Roles: Editor, Other, Thesis advisor, Opponent, Author, Publishing director, htt, Redactor
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Most widely held works by Marie-Odile Simonnot
Environmental soil remediation and rehabilitation : existing and innovative solutions by Eric van Hullebusch( )

6 editions published in 2020 in English and Undetermined and held by 164 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book provides a comprehensive overview of innovative remediation techniques and strategies for soils contaminated by heavy metals or organic compounds (e.g. petroleum hydrocarbons, NAPLs and chlorinated organic compounds). It discusses various novel chemical remediation approaches (in-situ and ex-situ) used alone and in combination with physical and/or thermal treatment. Further, it addresses the recovery of NAPLs, reuse of leaching solutions, and in-situ chemical reduction and oxidation, and explores the chemical enhancement of physical NAPLs recovery from both practical and theoretical perspectives. Also presenting the state-of-the-art in waste-assisted bioremediation to improve soil quality and the remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons, the book is a valuable resource for students, researchers and R&D professionals in industry engaged in the treatment of contaminated soils
Agromining - farming for metals : extracting unconventional resources using plants by Antony van der Ent( )

3 editions published in 2021 in English and held by 115 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This second and expanded edition of the first book on agromining (phytomining) presents a comprehensive overview of the metal farming & recovery of the agromining production chain. Agromining is an emerging technology that aims to transform the extraction of sources of target elements not accessible by traditional mining and processing techniques. Agromining, which is based on sustainable development, uses hyperaccumulator plants as 'metal crops' farmed on sub-economic soils or minerals wastes to obtain valuable target elements. This volume is edited and authored by the pioneers in the rapidly expanding field of agromining and presents the latest insights and developments in the field. This book provides in-depth information on the global distribution and ecology of hyperaccumulator plants, their biogeochemical pathways, the influence of rhizosphere microbes, the physiology and molecular biology of hyperaccumulation, as well as aspects of propagation and conservation of these unusual plants. It describes the agronomy of metal crops and opportunities for incorporating agromining into rehabilitation and mine closure, including test cases for agromining of nickel, cobalt, manganese, arsenic, selenium, cadmium, zinc, thallium, rare earth elements and platinum group elements. Since the first edition was published, there have successful nickel agromining field trials in the tropics (in Malaysia and Guatemala), and these are presented in a dedicated case study chapter. Other new chapters focus on the processing of bio-ore for elements other than nickel, such as rare earth elements and cadmium, and on agromining from industrial wastes such as tailings, and industrial by-products and sites. Furthermore, the book features two new chapters that provide a comprehensive assessment of accumulation a very wide range elements from the Periodic Table in various plant species around the globe, and a chapter on practical methods for discovery of hyperaccumulator plant species in the field and in the herbarium. This book is of interest to environmental professionals in the minerals industry, government regulators, and academics
Agromining: Farming for Metals : Extracting Unconventional Resources Using Plants( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contribution à l'étude de la chromatographie frontale des protéines par échange d'anions : Application à l'albumine du serum bovin bovin by Marie-Odile Nicolas-Simonnot( Book )

2 editions published in 1991 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La chromatographie d'échange d'anions mettant en jeu une protéine fait intervenir simultanément plusieurs phénomènes : l'échange d'ions proprement dit, ainsi que d'autres réactions, essentiellement de dissociation, en phase liquide ou solide. La démarche adoptée ici consiste à découpler toutes les contributions et à les examiner séparément, avant de les regrouper dans un modèle global. On étudie le comportement des supports échangeurs d'ions faibles en fonction de l'environnement ionique, les interactions entre les électrolytes faibles (tampons de pH) et les échangeurs d'anions, les interactions entre la protéine (albumine du sérum de bovin) et la solution (modélisation des courbes de dosage), et les interactions entre la protéine et des échangeurs d'anions (mesures d'isothermes en réacteur ferme et expériences en colonne en milieu tamponné ou non). On propose un modèle de la protéine (au niveau de l'échange d'ions), dont le comportement global s'approche de celui d'un électrolyte faible. Avant d'aborder les expériences en colonne avec une protéine-modèle (albumine de sérum bovin), on analyse les interactions entre cette protéine et la solution (modélisation de courbes de dosage). De même, on étudie les interactions entre la protéine et des échangeurs d'anions par la mesure d'isothermes dans différentes conditions. Enfin, des expériences de chromatographie frontale sont présentées. On commence par des systèmes « simples » du point de vue de l'échange d'ions (échanges binaires ou ternaires, en milieu non tamponné), avant de travailler en milieu tampon (où toutes les contributions sont mêlées). L'interprétation de ces expériences nous conduit à proposer un mécanisme d'échange. On montre que le comportement global de la protéine s'approche de celui d'un électrolyte faible, ce qui constitue un point de départ de vue de l'élaboration d'un modèle
Vers l'éco-conception des piles à combustible : développement d'un procédé de recyclage des catalyseurs des systèmes de PEMFC à base de platine by Lucien Duclos( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC) can be used to convert chemical energy into electrical energy using hydrogen which can be produced from renewable sources. Platinum (Pt) is the best catalyst used to perform PEMFC electrochemical reaction catalysis. However Pt resources are low and his production (extraction and refining) is complex. Moreover the platinum price represents an important part of the PEMFC stack cost. Nowadays this technology is too expensive to be competitive with conventional energy conversion systems, and cannot be commercialized at a large scale. In addition, PEMFC electrode platinum loading could not be reduced without affecting the system performance and durability. Thus PEMFC production cost could be reduced by recovering platinum from used fuel cells.The main goal of this thesis was to develop a platinum recovery way from fuel cells membrane electrodes-assemblies (MEAs). In order to achieve this objective the following steps were combined in a hydrometallurgical process: (i) leaching, (ii) separation, (iii) recovery. Several alternatives were tested for each step: leaching (HCl/H2O2, HCl/HNO3), separation (resin or solvent), and platinum recovery (as nanoparticles or as a complex). These platinum recovery steps were optimized using Pt/C catalysts and synthetic solutions. Then life-cycle analysis (LCA) methodology has been used to help with the process selection.Finally, about 76% of the platinum contained in multi-metallic catalysts (PtCo/C) MEAs has been recovered. The following path has been followed in this case: (i) dissolution in HCl/H2O2 solution, (ii) separation from cobalt with an ion exchange resin, (iii) recovery has nanoparticles using the polyol process. The LCA study final results showed that a significant reduction of PEMFC MEA life-cycle environmental impact could be achieved by recycling Pt at these systems end-of-life
Transport réactif en milieux poreux non saturés by Valérie Gujisaite( Book )

2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ce travail vise à étudier le couplage entre écoulement et interactions physico-chimiques dans les sols, dans différentes conditions de saturation en eau, afin d'améliorer la prédiction du devenir des polluants. Il s'agit de comprendre en quoi le taux de saturation du milieu affecte la réactivité du sol vis-à-vis des polluants, et d'évaluer le pouvoir prédictif du transport de solutés réactifs étudié en milieu saturé sur la réactivité en conditions non saturées. Différents processus sont considérés : l'échange de cations calcium-zinc sur un milieu poreux modèle (sable-kaolinite), la sorption et désorption d'un composé organique sur une terre non contaminée, le transport de polluants prioritaires tels que les HAP sur une terre de friche industrielle. Dans chaque cas, des expériences en colonne de laboratoire ont été conduites en conditions d'écoulement saturé et non saturé permanent, permettant tout d'abord la caractérisation de l'hydrodynamique, puis l'étude du couplage avec la réactivité. Les courbes de percée obtenues ont été ensuite modélisées avec des codes tels que CXTFIT. On a montré l'influence de la teneur en eau du milieu sur le transport réactif, variable suivant le type de réaction considéré, la structure des milieux jouant également un rôle important. L'échange d'ions sur le milieu modèle n'est globalement pas affecté par la teneur en eau, dans une gamme proche de la saturation. En revanche, une plus forte sorption et une plus faible mobilisation des polluants organiques ont été observées en conditions non saturées. Le transport réactif de ces composés ne peut donc pas être prédit en conditions non saturées à partir de mesures en milieu saturé, qui peuvent surestimer le transport
Expected evolution of a Technosol derived from excavated Callovo-Oxfordian clay material by Nicolas Scholtus( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Développement et évaluation d'une méthode à base de mousse pour l'oxydation améliorée de sols insaturés contaminés par des hydrocarbures by Iheb Bouzid( )

2 editions published in 2019 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Soil and water pollution by persistent organic contaminants is a worldwide concern, given health and environmental hazards. Hence, the remediation of sites polluted by these toxic and recalcitrant contaminants is a major issue. Many heavy hydrocarbons, like tars, are often tightly adsorbed onto soils, the latter becoming hydrophobic, restricting access of water-based amendments during in situ treatments. In situ chemical oxidation combined with the use of surfactants (S-ISCO) is effective to overcome this problem. However, S-ISCO is limited by the short contact time between oxidant solution and low available contaminants, especially in permeable vadose due to gravity effects. This work is part of the ANR MOUSTIC project. It aimed to develop an injection method for the distribution degradation reagents, compatible with the presence of surfactant and for the selective degradation of pollutants, going beyond gravity effects and permeability or wettability contrasts of the contaminated medium. A preliminary study was carried out in PAH-contaminated solutions, to study the effect of surfactants and temperature on the selective oxidation of targeted pollutants by persulfate. Then, we have developed a foam-based method, which allows to distribute persulfate uniformly and persistently in anisotropic, unsaturated soils contaminated by coal tar, while preserving the selective oxidation of hydrocarbons. This method was successfully assessed in 2D-sandbox using tar-contaminated model soils consisting of glass beads and soil material. Oxidant distribution using this method was systematically compared to traditional liquid solutions to assess its efficiency. At last, the interest of this new method was checked in columns in disadvantageous conditions and compared to usual methods
Modélisation du transport de l'eau et des polluants dans les sols contaminés des friches industrielles by Van Viet Ngo( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Preferential flow and nonequilibrium transport are probably the most frustrating in terms of hampering accurate predictions of contaminant transport through the vadose zone. The mathematical description of preferential flow and nonequilibrium transport needs many parameters that are not measurable. Therefore, the inverse method is a promising way to estimate model parameters. The main objectives of this work are to (i) study the water flow using the uniform flow and dual-porosity models, tracer and contaminant transport using the uniform transport model and/or physical and chemical nonequilibrium transport models, (ii) investigate parameter estimability and correlations between different parameters, and (iii) optimize the hydraulic properties and solute transport parameters. The results concerning the water flow in the bare field lysimeter show that daily data contained much more information than hourly data, daily pressure heads contained more information than daily water contents; the correlations between different parameters hamper the optimization results strongly. Basing on the tracer concentrations in the leaching solution of the lysimeter, the first-order rate water transfer coefficient was not estimable since this parameter was highly correlated with the solute transfer coefficient. PAH concentrations in the leaching solution of the contaminated soil column under saturated and nonsaturated flow conditions show that when the degree of chemical nonequilibirum transport is high, the solute leaching of the nonsaturated column contained more information than those of the saturated column. In addition, the fraction of sites with instantaneous sorption and the linear adsorption distribution coefficient always showed a very strong correlation, they were impossible to optimize simultaneously
Transport d'hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques et de métaux dans les sols non saturés by Julien Michel( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

PAHs and heavy metals are major soil pollutants and most of former industrial soils are co-polluted by both types of compounds. The aim of this work was to assess their transport in polluted soils under saturated and unsaturated flow conditions. This study was carried out by two approaches. First, heavy metal influence on PAH sorption and vice versa was studied with a “model” system. We showed that when the soil was simultaneously contaminated with fluoranthene and zinc, zinc retention was lower than when it was alone in the soil. As a consequence zinc would be expected to migrate more easily to the water table in co-polluted soils. Lead was more strongly retained in the presence of fluoranthene. But heavy metal influence on fluoranthene sorption was of minor importance. Then, PAH and heavy metal transport in a former coking plant soil was evaluated at the laboratory scale, under saturated and unsaturated flow conditions, by means of column experiments, and at the lysimeter scale under natural atmospheric conditions. The goal of these experiments was to compare PAH and heavy metal migration in a field-like situation with results obtained in the laboratory and to determine the appropriate experimental device for risk assessment studies. We showed that column experiments may overestimate PAH migration at the field scale. However heavy metal leaching was in accordance with what was expected from lysimeter experiments. But such experiments are rather time consuming and quite expensive, and as a consequence not adapted for risk assessment studies. Therefore we designed an original laboratory set up able to represent PAH and heavy metal migration at the field scale
Traitement par oxydation chimique de sols de friches industrielles contaminés par des Hydrocarbures Aromatiques Polycycliques by Julien Lemaire( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contrairement aux idées reçues, le sol est une ressource naturelle non renouvelable menacée. La réhabilitation des friches industrielles polluées aux HAP, toxiques et persistants, représente donc un enjeu majeur. Les techniques traditionnelles ne sont pas toujours très appropriées, c'est pourquoi ce travail vise à étudier la pertinence de l'oxydation chimique in situ, habituellement utilisé pour le traitement de nappes contaminées par des polluants moins récalcitrants (COHV, BTEX). Il s'inscrit dans le cadre du projet OXYSOL (ANR-PRECODD) destiné à construire une filière complète de traitement in situ et de refonctionnalisation. Ce travail a consisté à étudier et optimiser ces performances en travaillant avec la terre d'une ancienne cokerie. Ensuite, l'objectif a été de mettre en évidence les principaux paramètres limitants en utilisant différentes terres polluées contrastées. Tout d'abord, les expériences en systèmes fermés ont conduit à sélectionner les deux oxydants les plus adaptés: le réactif de Fenton et le persulfate activé. Ensuite, l'oxydation a été étudiée en systèmes ouverts de l'échelle du laboratoire à l'échelle pilote afin d'optimiser les conditions d'injection. Les résultats obtenus, comparables à ceux en systèmes fermés, ont mis en évidence le caractère très limitant de la faible disponibilité des HAP ainsi que l'existence d'une fraction impossible à atteindre (taux d'abattement inférieur à 50%). Enfin, les derniers résultats ont corroboré la relation entre l'âge de la pollution, la disponibilité des HAP et les performances de l'oxydation chimique. Par ailleurs, ils ont permis d'expliquer et hiérarchiser les effets limitants de différents paramètres (disponibilité des HAP, teneur en carbone organique, en carbonate, pH, structure des HAP et mode d'injection) en fonction de l'oxydant utilisé. Les recherches effectuées soulignent l'importance d'étudier les performances de l'oxydation chimique directement avec la terre prélevée sur le site pollué
Développement d'un procédé hydrométallurgique de récupération du nickel by Romain Barbaroux( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This research has been done in the context of the design of an original method aiming at obtaining high added value products of nickel, combining phytoextraction and valorization. Phytoextraction is conducted with the hyperaccumulating plant Alyssum murale, endemic species of serpentine soils in Albania. Serpentine soils can be considered as secondary resources: they contain high concentrations of nickel, which are not high enough for conventional mining techniques. The plant Alyssum murale can extract and concentrate nickel in its tissues. Nickel present in the biomass could be almost totally solubilized in batch reactor and with a 3 step countercurrent process. This leaching produced a solution containing nickel bound to organic molecules and other metals and organic compounds as well. Direct separation processes (e.g. selective precipitation and electrowinning) did not enable us to obtain nickel. Two methods have been investigated: (i) extraction by an organic nickel -selective solvent (Cyanex 272), extraction by an aqueous solution and electrowinning and (ii) crystallization of a double salt, nickel ammonium sulfate, from a leaching solution obtained from biomass ashes. Nickel products were characterized by different techniques. A technico-economical study showed the high commercial potential of the double salt production
Evidence of colloidal transport of PAHs during column experiments run with contaminated soil samples by Karim Benhabib( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Characteristics and potential pedogenetic processes of a Technosol developing on iron industry deposits by Hermine Huot( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Comparison of the effectiveness of soil heating prior or during in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) of aged PAH-contaminated soils by Bérénice Ranc( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Is a Road Stormwater Retention Pond Able to Intercept Deicing Salt? by Lucie Barbier( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Traitement électrocinétique des sédiments de dragage multi-contaminés et évolution de leur toxicité / encadrante Céline Boulangé-Lecomte by Yue Tian( )

2 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis research is mainly devoted to the optimization of an electrokinetic (EK) remediation process as a promising technology for treating multi-contaminated (trace metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and polychlorobiphenyles (PCBs)) dredged harbor sediments of low permeability. This study is also investigating the effect of the EK treatment on the evolution of sediment toxicity. After a bibliographic review, asecond part of this study was dedicated to the analytical methods carried out for the characterization of the sediment and its contaminants, particularly to their extraction from the sediment matrix; thus a new extraction method, through matrix solid phase dispersion (MSPD) was developed, for a fast and simultaneous extraction of both PAHs and PCBs, and a sample purification.MSPD appeared more efficient than the microwave assisted extraction (MAE) method. Thereafter many EK experiments (at different scales) were described in a third part. EK remediation tests were performed using a spiked model sediment or natural harbor dredged sediments. Many combinations of surfactants and chelators were tested as EK enhancing agents for decreasing simultaneously metal (Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb, Zn) and PAH/PCB levels. Their choice was done because of their possible low toxicity with a view to use them for future site restoration: (bio)surfactants (rhamnolipids, saponin and Tween 20) combined with chelators (citric acid (CA) and EDDS). The results showed that metals (except Cr) were difficult to remove from this kind of dredged sediment owing to its reductive character, to its high buffering capacity, to its very low hydraulic permeability and to its high organic matter content. However PAHs and PCBs showed better removal levels (29.2% and 50.2%, respectively). In a fourth part, the efficiency of the EK process was also assessed by measuring the evolution of the acute toxicity of the treated sediment on E. affinis copepods exposed to sediment elutriates. The results showed that using CA, biosurfactants or Tween 20 as enhancing agents did not significantly impact the toxicity of the treated sediment. However, E. affinis copepods were significantly sensitive to low pH values and oxidative conditions, to Cu, and to a lesser extent to Pb amounts, if they were transformed in more mobile and bioavailable forms. In contrast, acute toxicity was only slightly and even negatively correlated to PAH and PCB amounts after EK treatment, probably due to the production of oxidized metabolites of PAHs and PCBs, more toxic than the parent compounds
Comportements et rôles des métaux lourds au cours de la pyro-gazéification de la biomasse : études expérimentales et thermodynamiques by Marwa Said( )

2 editions published in 2016 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Malgré sa disponibilité, la biomasse de troisième génération est peu utilisée pour la production d'énergie en raison notamment de sa forte contamination en métaux lourds. Afin d'améliorer la compréhension du comportement et de l'éventuel rôle catalytique ou inhibiteur de ces métaux au cours de la pyro-gazéification, et optimiser ainsi la valorisation énergétique de la biomasse contaminée, une approche intégrée expérimentale et thermodynamique a été utilisée. Pour mener à bien ces travaux, une méthode d'insertion dans le bois du métal spécifiquement étudié pour son rôle catalytique, le nickel, a été développée. Cette méthode permet de maîtriser la composition et l'homogénéité des échantillons étudiés, sans altérer la structure du bois. Les essais de pyro-gazéification de bois brut et contaminés dans un réacteur à lit fixe, montrent que, même à faibles teneurs en nickel (entre 0,016 et 0,086 mol/ kg de bois), celui-ci a une activité catalytique importante. Les analyses des phases gaz et solides confirment que l'augmentation de la teneur en Ni dans le bois favorise les réactions de pyro-gazéification qui ont ainsi lieu à des températures plus basses (d'environ 100 °C). En parallèle, une étude thermodynamique a été réalisée afin de conforter les résultats expérimentaux et d'aider à mieux comprendre le comportement des métaux lourds présents dans le bois. Les calculs thermodynamiques, basés sur la minimisation de l'enthalpie libre de Gibbs d'un système constitué de 28 éléments (C, H, O, N et 24 éléments mineurs ou traces), fournissent la spéciation et la répartition dans les différentes phases (gaz, liquides et cendres) des métaux lourds, dont le Ni. Ces calculs, et des analyses spécifiques, ont notamment permis de déterminer la spéciation chimique et physique du nickel au cours de la pyro-gazéification et fournir ainsi une base théorique à son activité catalytique en fonction de la température
Migration des ions dans un milieu poreux saturé sous l'effet d'un champ électrique : application à la dépollution de sédiments fins par des géocomposites électrocinétiques by Banambono Wilfried Forogo( )

1 edition published in 2020 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The thesis work concerns the study of the effect of the electric field on the migration of trace metal in dredged sediments from navigable waterways, by the phenomena of electroosmosis and electrokinetic. First, the influence of the texture of sediments on the electrokinetic properties of the material was studied for synthetic sediments. A campaign of laboratory tests allows to characterize the influence of the texture of this material and its pH. The electroosmotic permeability coefficient is twice greater, and the electrical conductivity is five times greater for a clay composition than for a silty composition. Electrokinetics induces in the saturated porous medium formed by sediments the propagation of an acid front on the anode side and a basic front on the cathode side. This propagation was highlighted by an experimental study carried out with a modified oedopermeter, as well as by numerical modeling by finite elements. The comparison of the experimental and numerical results obtained allows to establish a methodology for calibrating the parameters of the model. Finally, we observe that the pH gradient has a major impact on the behavior of trace metal. Two experiments on the treatment of real sediments have been carried out over the long term (3 and 6 months) to see to what extent electrokinetic can make real sediments inert. Chemical analyzes before and after the application of electrokinetic show very variable effects depending on the nature of the trace metals considered, its speciation and the physico-chemical conditions of the medium
Modélisation du devenir de contaminants organiques dans le sol by Quentin Giraud( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This manuscript deals with the fate of organic contaminants in soil, more precisely of volatile organo-chlorinated compounds (VOHC) and offers some decision making techniques and tools using numerical modelling applied to environmental issues about the treatment of soils contaminated by VOHC. It presents, to the best knowledge of the auhor, the first 3D numerical modelling, with the simulator TMVOC, of a physical treatment technique, namely the successful pumping within an aquifer, of a Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL). The very good results of this simulation give the opportunity to design a controlled and automated pumping system to remediate a polluted site. This thesis also deols with a tracer test assessment method, both qualitative and quantitative, for the efficiency of this pumping : a partitioning interwell tracer test (PITT). The PITT allows us to determine the spatial repartion of the DNAPL and also to assess its saturation, hence its volume. This manuscript offers elaborated tools adapted to the remediation of a DNAPL in an aquifer. The combination of these two techniques, namely the DNAPL pumping and the PITT, are perfectly reproducible in similar environments up to an industrial scale. Finally, exploitation and characterisation costs for DNAPL remediation can be extremely reduced by numerical modelling and optimisation
 
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