A Review on Adsorption of Fluoride from Aqueous Solution

@article{HabudaStani2014ARO,
  title={A Review on Adsorption of Fluoride from Aqueous Solution},
  author={Mirna Habuda-Stani{\'c} and Maja Ergovi{\'c} Ravan{\vc}i{\'c} and Andrew Flanagan},
  journal={Materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={6317 - 6366}
}
Fluoride is one of the anionic contaminants which is found in excess in surface or groundwater because of geochemical reactions or anthropogenic activities such as the disposal of industrial wastewaters. Among various methods used for defluoridation of water such as coagulation, precipitation, membrane processes, electrolytic treatment, ion-exchange, the adsorption process is widely used. It offers satisfactory results and seems to be a more attractive method for the removal of fluoride in… 

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