Drin pesticides removal from aqueous solutions using acid-treated date stones.

@article{Bakouri2009DrinPR,
  title={Drin pesticides removal from aqueous solutions using acid-treated date stones.},
  author={Hicham El Bakouri and Jos{\'e} Luis Usero and J. Morillo and Raquel De Rojas and Abdelhamid Ouassini},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={100 10},
  pages={2676-84}
}
This work describes the potential applicability of chemically and thermally treated date stones for removing drin pesticides (aldrin, dieldrin and endrin) from aqueous solutions. The effect of several parameters, such as sorbent particle size, adsorbent dose, shaking speed, shaking time, concentration of pesticide solution and temperature, was evaluated by batch experiments. Pesticide determination was carried out using stir bar sorptive extraction and gas chromatography coupled with mass… CONTINUE READING

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