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Using mesoporous carbon electrodes for brackish water desalination.
Electrosorptive deionisation is an alternative process to remove salt ions from the brackish water. The porous carbon materials are used as electrodes. When charged in low voltage electric fields,Expand
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Photocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide into gaseous hydrocarbon using TiO2 pellets
It has been shown that CO 2 could be transformed into hydrocarbons when it is in contact with water vapour and catalysts under UV irradiation. This paper presents an experimental set-up to study theExpand
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Photocatalytic TiO2/adsorbent nanocomposites prepared via wet chemical impregnation for wastewater treatment: A review
Recent progress on preparation of TiO2/adsorbent nanocomposites (TNC) via wet chemical impregnation has been reviewed. The potential applications of TNC are growing continuously and the material isExpand
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Using activated carbon electrode in electrosorptive deionisation of brackish water
The electrosorptive deionisation process has been investigated to develop the technology into a system for desalination. Experiments have been conducted in a reactor system and it has been found thatExpand
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Ordered mesoporous carbons synthesized by a modified sol-gel process for electrosorptive removal of sodium chloride
Capacitive deionization (CDI) represents an alternative process to remove the ions from the brackish water. In this study two series of ordered mesoporous carbons (OMCs) that demonstrated theExpand
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Removal of VOCs by photocatalysis process using adsorption enhanced TiO2-SiO2 catalyst
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) exist widely in both the indoor and outdoor environment. The main contributing sources of VOCs are motor vehicle exhaust and solvent utilization. Some VOCs are toxicExpand
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Diesel exhaust particulate matter induces multinucleate cells and zinc transporter‐dependent apoptosis in human airway cells
The cellular effects of biodiesel emissions particulate matter (BDEP) and petroleum diesel emissions particulate matter (PDEP) were compared using a human airway cell line, A549. At concentrations ofExpand
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The synergistic effect of ozonation and photocatalysis on color removal from reused water
In this study, the treatment efficiency of different AOPs (UV/O3, UV/TiO2 and UV/TiO2/O3) was compared for the reduction of color and trace organics remained in the actual-treated wastewater using aExpand
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An alternative membrane treatment process to produce low-salt and high-nutrient recycled water suitable for irrigation purposes
Abstract The purpose of this work is to assess the flexibility and effectiveness of using nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO) to produce recycled water that is suitable for irrigationExpand
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Effects of operational conditions on the electrosorption efficiencies of capacitive deionization
Capacitive deionization (CDI) represents a novel electrosorption process for the desalination of brackish water. The CDI working principle depends on the use of porous carbon materials as electrodes.Expand
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