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In recent years, many studies have been devoted to investigate the application of biochar for pollutants removal from aqueous solutions. Biochar exhibits a great potential to efficiently tackle water contaminants considering the wide availability of feedstock, low-cost and favorable physical/chemical surface characteristics. This review provides an overview(More)
Biochars derived from bamboo, coconut shell, pine wood shavings, and sugarcane bagasse were applied into Ultisol to investigate their effects on Cd(II) immobilization. After 360 days of incubation, the physical/chemical properties of the Ultisol were improved by the addition of different biochars. As a result, the maximum adsorption capacities of soil for(More)
In this study, the removal of Cd(2+) and Pb(2+) from aqueous solutions was investigated using a novel chelating material. The first part described the synthesis of ethylene glycol-bis(2-aminoethylether)-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid dianhydride (EGTAD), mercerization treatment of ramie fiber (MRF), and the MRF was then reacted with EGTAD to prepare the new(More)
The new nanophotocatalyst MgZnCr-TiO2 was prepared by co-precipitation under different molar ratio of metals (Zn:Cr) and the loaded amount of TiO2. And it was characterized by X-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy et al. Langmuir model fitted well the adsorption isotherm with the value of R2 0.9765, the maximum adsorption(More)
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