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All abstracts by Luc R. Van Loon in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2016) Migration Behaviour of Carboxylic Acids in Compacted Illite, Kaolinite and Opalinus Clay
Chen Y, Glaus M, van Loon L & Mäder U

(2016) Modified Montmorillonite as Tool for Exploring Diffusion Pathways for Anions and Cations
Van Loon L, Fetz E, Hummel W & Plötze M

(2016) Anion Diffusion (36Cl) in Clay Rocks with Different Cations (Na, Ca & Cs)
Wigger C, Van Loon LR & Gimmi T

(2015) Migration of Small Organic Molecules in Dense Clay Systems
Chen Y, Glaus M, Van Loon L & Mäder U

(2015) Experimental Benchmark for Testing Reactive Transport Codes
Poonoosamy J, Kosakowski G, Van Loon L & Mäder U

(2015) Pore Size Distribution Measurements in Low Porosity Argillaceous Rocks
Wigger C, Van Loon L & Gimmi T

(2013) Perturbing a Field Diffusion Experiment: First Results of the DR-A Test in the Mont Terri Rock Laboratory (Switzerland)
Gimmi T, Leupin OX, Soler JM & Van Loon LR

(2009) Sorption and Diffusion of Np(V) in Opalinus Clay
Reich T, Amayri S, Drebert J, Fröhlich D, Van Loon LR & Wu T

(2009) Contaminant Transport in Complex Heterogeneous Geological Media: New Insights Through Micro-Imaging and Micro-Spectroscopy
Grolimund D, Guenther D, Borca CN, Van Loon L, Stampanoni M, Marone F, Barmettler K, Aeschlimann B, Wersin P & Heald SM

(2009) Modeling Cesium Diffusion in a Claystone Formation
Appelo T, Wersin P, Van Loon L & Dewonck S

(2008) Diffusion and Retention Experiment in Clay Formation: An International Field, Lab and Modelling Exercise
Leupin OX, Dewonck S, Savoye S, Wersin P, Van Loon LR, Gimmi T, Samper J, Soler JM, Eikenberg J & Bayens B

(2005) In situ Diffusion at Mont Terri URL
Soler J, Gimmi T, Cartalade A, Wersin P & Van loon L

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