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DIATOMITE / CARBON ADSORBENT FOR PHENOL REMOVAL

@inproceedings{Tzvetkova2016DIATOMITEC,
  title={DIATOMITE / CARBON ADSORBENT FOR PHENOL REMOVAL},
  author={P. Tzvetkova and Radostin N. Nickolov and Christina Tzvetkova and Ognyan Bozhkov and Dimitrinka K. Voykova},
  year={2016}
}
The studied hybrid material, based on diatomite and active carbon (KAC), is suitable for adsorption of phenol. The nature of the initial components (diatomite K and active carbon AC) exerts strong influence on the hybrid adsorbent texture. The pore size distribution curve indicates that the sample is mesoporous with comparatively non-uniform pore size distribution within the interval Rp > 3.8 nm. Batch adsorption studies are carried out to evaluate the effects of solution pH and initial phenol… 
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