Feasibility of iron loaded 'okara' for biosorption of phosphorous in aqueous solutions.

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This study investigated the feasibility of using soybean milk by-products (okara) as a sustainable biosorbent for phosphate removal in water and wastewater. The results show that raw okara could hardly decontaminate phosphate from aqueous solutions. Hence, in this work, okara was modified by being cationized using FeCl3 0.25 M (namely iron loaded okara, ILO… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2013.09.133

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