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Factors affecting the adsorption efficiency include initial concentration of [Cu.
The adsorption experiments were performed by adding 0.
The preliminary batch adsorption experiments were carried out on BPOME sample to evaluate the adsorption prowess under varying PAC dosage of 0.
Further adsorption tests were carried out using a 2-level ([2.
The effect of different operating conditions, such as adsorbent concentration, ash particle size, contact time and pH of solutions, on the adsorption of lead and cadmium by this oil shale ash was systematically studied.
Effect of oil shale ash particle size on adsorption
Defluoridation was reported by adsorption [9], chemical treatment [10,11], ion exchange [12], membrane separation [13,14], electrolytic de-fluoridation [15], and electro dialysis [16-18], etc.
Adsorption experiments were conducted at 30[degrees]C in batch with 0.
Competitive adsorption of heavy metals has been indirectly assessed either by single cation equilibrium experiments using pure phases or synthetic minerals (Trivedi and Axe 2000) and soil samples (Polcaro et al.
2000) and Fontes and Gomes (2003) found that competition strongly influences the adsorptive capacity and mobility of several heavy metals, modifying the fitting of adsorption models.
Antibacterial activity has been imparted to nylon-6 by adsorption of iodine.
The present study addresses the adsorption of iodine on nylon both from solution and vapour phase and role of solvent on the adsorption behaviour of iodine.
All the conventional physical and chemical methods used for the adsorption are often cost prohibitive while biosorption method is relatively cheap as well as ecofriendly (7).
The application of adsorption in the removal of highly toxic chromium(vi) which exist in many industrial wastewater was studied using various adsorbents.
Two different phenomena occurred: ozone decomposition on Fau Y silanol groups induced by the de-alumination step; and physical adsorption in silicalite porosity (Monneyron et al.