Comparison of activated carbon and bottom ash for removal of reactive dye from aqueous solution.

@article{Diner2007ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of activated carbon and bottom ash for removal of reactive dye from aqueous solution.},
  author={Ali Riza Dinçer and Yalçin G{\"u}neş and Nusret Karakaya and Elçin G{\"u}neş},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={98 4},
  pages={
          834-9
        }
}
The adsorption of reactive dye from synthetic aqueous solution onto granular activated carbon (GAC) and coal-based bottom ash (CBBA) were studied under the same experimental conditions. As an alternative to GAC, CBBA was used as adsorbent for dye removal from aqueous solution. The amount of Vertigo Navy Marine (VNM) adsorbed onto CBBA was lower compared with GAC at equilibrium and dye adsorption capacity increased from 0.71 to 3.82 mg g(-1), and 0.73 to 6.35 mg g(-1) with the initial… CONTINUE READING

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