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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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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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Adsorptive separation of some metal ions by complexing agent types of chemically modified chitosan
Two kinds of chemically modified chitosan immobilizing the ligands of ethylenediamine-N,N,N′,N′-tetraacetic acid (EDTA) or diethylenetriamine-N,N,N′,N″,Ni″- pentaacetic acid (DTPA) onto polymerExpand
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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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Preparation of phosphorylated bacterial cellulose as an adsorbent for metal ions
Bacterial cellulose is extracellular cellulose synthesized by some bacteria. The thickness of the microfibrous structure of bacterial cellulose is much less than that of plant cellulose. In theExpand
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Effective removal and recovery of antimony using metal-loaded saponified orange waste.
Zr(IV) and Fe(III) ions were loaded onto an orange waste precursor to prepare a metal-loaded orange waste gel, which was investigated for the adsorptive removal and recovery of antimony (III and V)Expand
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Selective adsorption of chromium(VI) from zinc(II) and other metal ions using persimmon waste gel
Abstract An adsorption gel was prepared from persimmon waste, a cellulosic material, rich in polyphenolic compounds, which exhibits a high affinity for chromium(VI). It was prepared by cross-linkingExpand
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Recovery of gold and silver from spent mobile phones by means of acidothiourea leaching followed by adsorption using biosorbent prepared from persimmon tannin
Abstract A new approach of recovering precious metals from printed circuit boards (PCBs) of mobile waste by acidothiourea leaching followed by selective adsorption on low-cost and environmentallyExpand
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Grape waste as a biosorbent for removing Cr(VI) from aqueous solution.
Grape waste generated in wine production is a cellulosic material rich in polyphenolic compounds which exhibits a high affinity for heavy metal ions. An adsorption gel was prepared from grape wasteExpand
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