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Use of Adsorbents for the Removal of Pollutants from Wastewater describes the most commonly occurring industrial effluents, and presents direct means and methodologies for treating them.
In addition to its excellent introduction to pollutants, this book contains all of the basics you need for understanding the characteristics and applications of adsorbent materials.
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The digit and digit formats 5/5(1). In view of the importance of water quality and environmental aspect, it is considered worthwhile to describe the state-of-art of adsorption for the removal of organic pollutants using low cost adsorbents. Development of low cost adsorbents Selection of the precursorsCited by: The use of inexpensive adsorbents to remove pollutants from wastewater This technical paper analyses the use of the adsorption technique for the removal of toxic metals, organics and refractory compounds from wastewater.
Green Adsorbents for Pollutant Removal: Innovative materials (Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World Book 19) - Kindle edition by Crini, Grégorio, Lichtfouse, Eric. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Green Adsorbents for Pollutant Removal: Innovative materials Price: $ This e-book explores knowledge on recent developments in adsorbents synthesis and their use in water pollution control.
This handy reference work is intended for researchers and scientists actively engaged in the study of adsorption and the development and application of. The volume also includes detailed review of green adsorbents for removal of antibiotics, pesticides and endocrine disruptors and the use of pillared interlayered clays as innovative materials for pollutant removal.
Finally, the use of green adsorbents for radioactive pollutant removal from natural water is. Abstract. The main issues related to the detection, monitoring, and removal of a heterogeneous class of water pollutants, occurring in the range of concentration between few ng L −1 and μg L −1 and often referred to as emerging contaminants (ECs), are addressed by making reference to the use of nanomaterials (NMs) in the aforementioned processes.
Particular relevance is given to the. Chapter 9 focuses on the smart use of surfactants for the modification of chitosan and some other biomaterials and their subsequent use for the removal of contaminants from aqueous solutions.
Chapter 10 reviews the use of chitosan-based nanocomposites as adsorbents for the removal of dyes from wastewater. (). Removal of various pollutants from water and wastewater by modified chitosan adsorbents.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology: Vol. 47, No. 23, pp. The book also provides a comprehensive source of knowledge on acid-base properties of biosorbents. It discusses fractal-like kinetic models for fluid-solid adsorption, reports on the chemical characterization of oxidized activated carbons for metal removal, and the use of magnetic biosorbents in water treatment.
been carried on the removal of diﬀerent pollutants from water by using adsorption batch modes,18 Initially, activated carbon was used for the removal of pollutants from water, which has been replaced by some cost-eﬀective adsorbents,56 In the last two decades, nanotechnology has developed with its.
Finally, the use of green adsorbents for radioactive pollutant removal from natural water is discussed. The audience for this book includes students, environmentalists, engineers, water scientists, civil and industrial personnel who wish to specialize in adsorption technology.
Modified polymer adsorbents were prepared for the removal of organic pollutants from water and wastewater. Adsorption of organic pollutants using cyclodextrin-based polymer (CDPs) as adsorbent, is an efficient technique with the advantages of specific affinity, low cost and simple design [.
Use of waste materials as low-cost adsorbents is attractive due to their contribution in the reduction of costs for waste disposal, therefore contributing to environmental protection.
This e-book explores knowledge on recent developments in adsorbents synthesis and their use in water pollution control. "Use of Adsorbents for the Removal of Pollutants from Wastewater describes the most commonly occurring industrial effluents, and presents direct means and methodologies for treating them.
In addition to its excellent introduction to pollutants, this book contains all of the basics you need for understanding the characteristics and applications.
Heavy metal removal from wastewater using various adsorbents: a review Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination November with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The chapters in this book provide an overview of the problem and its solution from different angles.
Green Chemistry for Dyes Removal from Wastewater comprehensively discusses: Nanotechnology in the treatment of dye removal types of adsorbents for removal of toxic pollutants from aquatic systems.
Nanomaterials, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear colleagues, This Special Issue is focused on recent developments in the synthesis of novel nanostructured materials (photocatalysts and adsorbents) applicable for the removal of emerging pollutants (pharmaceuticals, additives in personal care products, microplastics, pesticides, herbicides, etc.) from water media.
Due to the popularity of such material in research, literature presenting carbon-based adsorbents and/or photocatalysts for the removal of pharmaceuticals have. adsorbents with high surface area and faster kinetics for the removal of pollutants.
Some of the important adsorbents used in pollution control and various industrial operations are discussed herein. Silica gel is the most widely used desiccant (adsorbent for moisture) because of its large adsorption capacity for water (~ 40% by weight).
This.Of the variety of adsorbents available for the removal of heavy and toxic metals, activated carbon has been the most popular. A number of minerals, clays and waste materials have been regularly used for the removal of metallic pollutants from water and industrial effluents. Recently there has been emphasis on the application of nanoparticles and nanostructured materials as efficient and viable.Zeolites are widely recognised as effective adsorbents for the removal of organic pollutants from aqueous sources.
However, their intrinsic powder form makes their application restricted by the arduous filtration-recovery process and their decreased activity due to aggregation. Herein, we report the organic.