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ADSORPTION OF TEXTILE DYES BY PLANT BIOMASS-A REVIEW

@inproceedings{Sharma2016ADSORPTIONOT,
  title={ADSORPTION OF TEXTILE DYES BY PLANT BIOMASS-A REVIEW},
  author={Shriya Sharma and Jyotsna Kaushal and Pooja Mahajan},
  year={2016}
}
Water resources are increasingly getting contaminated day by day due to the ignorance lent to the wastewater management.Most of the textile dyes or effluents are a major reason for the pollution of water resources.Although many methods are adopted to treat these textile effluents,but there is a dire need to come up with an eco-friendly,cost effective method for the removal of contaminants from the effluents. Recent researches have shown that plant biomass can be used for this purpose. Different… 

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