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Partitioning onto the soil organic carbon) rather than remain in the water phase. Polarity refers to the extent to which electrical charge is unevenly distributed within the molecule. Water itself is very polar, having an excess of negative charge, associated with the oxygen, balanced by an excess of positive charge, associated with the hydrogen atoms. Therefore, water readily dissolves polar (hydrophilic) compounds. In general, nonpolar (hydrophobic) compounds tend to associate more strongly with less polar phases, such as soil organic material or NAPLs.
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Depending on the depth of soil being remediated, extraction of air laden with contaminant vapors can be achieved with vertical extraction wells or horizontal extraction pipes. The SVE process takes advantage of the volatility of the contaminants to allow mass transfer from adsorbed, dissolved, and free phases in the soil to the vapor phase, where it is removed under vacuum and treated above ground. In order for this process to be effective, the contaminants of concern must be volatile enough and have a low enough water solubility to be drawn into the soil gas for removal.