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Removal and recovery of phosphorus from water by means of adsorption onto orange waste gel loaded with zirconium.
Orange waste, an available biomass, was immobilized with zirconium(IV) to investigate its feasibility for phosphate removal from an aquatic environment. Kinetics, effects of pH and foreign anions,Expand
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Adsorption behavior of heavy metals onto chemically modified sugarcane bagasse.
A new process for the xanthation of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) bagasse was investigated for the separation of cadmium, lead, nickel, zinc and copper from their aqueous solutions. AdsorptionExpand
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Recovery of Lead and Zinc from Fly Ash Generated from Municipal Incineration Plants by Means of Acid and/or Alkaline Leaching
Fly ash from municipal waste incineration (MWI) is regulated as a hazardous waste because it contains considerable amounts of heavy metals and hazardous organic materials such as dioxin. Primary flyExpand
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The adsorption of phosphate from an aquatic environment using metal-loaded orange waste.
Phosphate removal from an aquatic environment was investigated using La(III)-, Ce(III)- and Fe(III)-loaded orange waste. The adsorption isotherm, the kinetics of adsorption and the effect of pH onExpand
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Hydrometallurgical process for recovery of metal values from spent nickel-metal hydride secondary batteries
Abstract A completely hydrometallurgical process has been developed for the recovery of metal values such as cobalt, nickel and rare earths from spent nickel-metal hydride (Ni-MH) secondaryExpand
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ADSORPTIVE REMOVAL OF ARSENIC USING ORANGE JUICE RESIDUE
A novel adsorbent has been prepared by simple chemical modification of orange juice residue (OJR) with the substitution of phosphate groups on the alcoholic analog of cellulose. Phosphorylated gelExpand
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Hydrometallurgical process for recovery of metal values from spent lithium-ion secondary batteries
We report studies on the separation and recovery of metal values such as cobalt and lithium from spent lithium-ion secondary batteries. Effects of leachant concentration, temperature, reaction timeExpand
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Adsorptive removal of As(V) and As(III) from water by a Zr(IV)-loaded orange waste gel.
Orange waste, produced during juicing has been loaded with zirconium(IV) so as to examine its adsorption behavior for both As(V) and As(III) from an aquatic environment. Immobilization of zirconiumExpand
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Leaching of phosphorus from incinerated sewage sludge ash by means of acid extraction followed by adsorption on orange waste gel.
Ashes from sewage sludge incineration have a high phosphorus content, approximately 8% (W/W), which indicates a potential resource of the limiting nutrient. Incineration of sewage sludge withExpand
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Adsorptive separation of heavy metals from an aquatic environment using orange waste
Abstract Preparation of adsorption gel for metal ions from orange wastes by simple chemical modification was investigated. Two types of adsorption gels, Ca2+-form and H+-form gels, were prepared byExpand
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