Muhammad Imran Din

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In the present study a novel biomass, derived from the pulp of Saccharum bengalense, was used as an adsorbent material for the removal of Pb (II) ions from aqueous solution. After 50 minutes contact time, almost 92% lead removal was possible at pH 6.0 under batch test conditions. The experimental data was analyzed using Langmuir, Freundlich, Timken and(More)
In this research work, the potential of a novel green material obtained from Saccharum bengalense (SB) plant was investigated for the removal of Ni (II) ions from aqueous solution. Biomaterial SB composed of cellulose macromolecules and was used without any chemical treatment. Batch experiments were performed by considering the effect of contact time, SB(More)
In the present study, microwave treated Salvadora oleoides (MW-SO) has been investigated as a potential biosorbent for the removal of toxic methyl violet dye. A batch adsorption method was experimented for biosorptive removal of toxic methyl violet dye from the aqueous solution. The effect of various operating variables, viz., adsorbent dosage, pH, contact(More)
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