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Activated carbon has been prepared from molasses, a natural precursor of vegetable origin resulting from the sugar industry in Morocco. The preparation of the activated carbon from the molasses has been carried out by impregnation of the precursor with sulphuric acid, followed by carbonisation at varying conditions (temperature and gas coverage) in order to(More)
The preparation of the adsorbent from oil shale has been carried out by impregnation of the precursor with phosphoric acid, carbonization. The BET surface area, and surface functional groups of the best adsorbents were determined. The adsorbents with functional groups showed strong adsorption and antibacterial activity against Escherichia coli, which(More)
This study records experiments undertaken to determine the suitable conditions for the use of the oil shale of Timahdit, as an adsorbent for water treatment. A simple process was proposed based on chemical activation. The preparation has been carried out by carbonization after impregnation of the precursor with phosphoric acid. The effect of different(More)
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