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Chromium removal from aqueous solution by the ferrite process.
This research summarises the results of the study on the removal of chromium by applying the ferrite process to the solutions obtained from two different Cr(VI) reduction processes utilising sodiumExpand
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Preparation of cation exchanger from lemon and sorption of divalent heavy metals.
A cation exchanging material was developed from lemon by modifying the pectic-cellulosic substances in the lemon peel by lemon juice having citric acid. For this purpose, chopped lemon removed fromExpand
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Heavy metals binding properties of esterified lemon.
Sorption of Cd(2+), Cr(3+), Cu(2+), Ni(2+), Pb(2+) and Zn(2+) onto a carboxyl groups-rich material prepared from lemon was investigated in batch systems. The results revealed that the sorption isExpand
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Copper removal from aqueous solutions by sugar beet pulp treated by NaOH and citric acid.
Sugar beet pulp was converted into effective copper sorption material by treating subsequently with NaOH and citric acid. Compared with the untreated sugar beet pulp, the cation exchange capacity ofExpand
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The use of sulphuric acid-carbonization products of sugar beet pulp in Cr(VI) removal.
A carbon rich adsorbent prepared from the reaction of sugar beet pulp with sulphuric acid and gas formed during carbonization process have been studied for Cr(VI) removal from aqueous solutions. TheExpand
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Cu ( II ) adsorption from aqueous solutions on sugar beet pulp carbon
Sugar beet pulp was carbonized at different temperature to convert into an effective adsorbent, namely, sugar beet pulp carbon (SBPC) to be used for the removal of Cu(II) ions from aqueous solutions.Expand
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A study on cations and color removal from thin sugar juice by modified sugar beet pulp
This article describes the use of citric acid modified sugar beet pulp as new ion-exchanger sorbent for the removal of metal cations and colorants from thin juice. The results of batch adsorptionExpand
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eavy metals binding properties of esterified lemon
Sorption of Cd2+, Cr3+, Cu2+, Ni2+, Pb2+ and Zn2+ onto a carboxyl groups-rich material prepared from lemon was investigated in batch systems. The results revealed that the sorption is highly pHExpand
Cd and Nutrient Elements Release into Various Aqueous Solutions from Synthesized K-Struvite Fertilizer
ABSTRACT K-struvite (potassium magnesium phosphate, KMgPO4.6H2O) is a promising multinutrient slow-release fertilizer; however, it may contain cadmium (Cd) in significant ranges like other phosphorusExpand