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Color Removal from Acid and Reactive Dye Solutions by Electrocoagulation and Electrocoagulation/Adsorption Processes
The results of this investigation provide important data for the development of a combined process to remove significant concentrations of recalcitrant dyes from water, using moderate activated carbon energy and aluminum consumption, and thereby lowering the cost of treatment.
Experimental investigation of chemical oxygen demand and turbidity removal from cardboard paper mill effluents using combined electrocoagulation and adsorption processes
The removal of chemical oxygen demand (COD) and turbidity from cardboard paper mill effluents was experimentally investigated using aluminum and iron electrodes followed by adsorption of treated
Equilibrium and Kinetics of Color Removal from Dye Solutions with Bentonite and Polyaluminum Hydroxide
A promising low-cost treatment is use of polyaluminum hydroxide associated with bentonite, which is able to efficiently remove color from solutions containing mixtures of soluble acid azo dyes and produce easily settleable sludge.
Treatment of reactive dye solutions by physicochemical combined process
Color and turbidity removal from solutions of two reactive dyes: brilliant blue Levafix EBRA and gold yellow Levafix EG were studied. Coagulation–flocculation by polyaluminium hydroxide (PAH) and
Synthesis, Characterization and Application of a Diatomite-Based Composite for the Adsorption of Anionic Dyes in Aqueous Solutions
Synthesis, characterization and application of the polyaniline-diatomite (PAD) composite in the adsorption of Reactive Red 120 (RR 120) and Acid Blue (AB) dyes were carried out. The composite was