Adsorption–desorption characteristics and pollution behavior of reactive X-3B red dye in four Chinese typical soils

  title={Adsorption–desorption characteristics and pollution behavior of reactive X-3B red dye in four Chinese typical soils},
  author={Qixing Zhou and Meie Wang},
  journal={Journal of Soils and Sediments},
PurposeOrganic dyes have been turned into an important emerging type of chemical pollutants with the development of rural textiles, synthetic dye, printing, and dyeing industries and the continuous release from washing fabrics and clothes in recent decades. In order to assess ecological risk of reactive X-3B red dye as a typical dye, the adsorptive and desorptive traits of the dye in soils were investigated and the environmental factors influencing those processes were examined and discussed… Expand

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