Advanced biosorbents materials for removal of chromium from water and wastewaters

@inproceedings{Sahmoune2011AdvancedBM,
  title={Advanced biosorbents materials for removal of chromium from water and wastewaters},
  author={Mohamed Nasser Sahmoune and Krim Louhab and Aissa Boukhiar},
  year={2011}
}
As we known, it is very expensive and ineffective to remove chromium ions from wastewaters using conventional methods when the chromium concentration is low (1–100 mg L−1). Thus, it is very necessary to develop alternative technologies now. A biosorption technology in which dead biomass is used to accumulate chromium is a method that can replace conventional processes for remediating chromium pollution in wastewaters. Biosorbents are prepared from naturally abundant and/or waste biomass… CONTINUE READING

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