Isotherm, Thermodynamics, Desorption, and Disposal Study for the Adsorption of Catechol and Resorcinol onto Granular Activated Carbon

@inproceedings{Suresh2011IsothermTD,
  title={Isotherm, Thermodynamics, Desorption, and Disposal Study for the Adsorption of Catechol and Resorcinol onto Granular Activated Carbon},
  author={Sumathi Suresh and Vimal Chandra Srivastava and Indra Mani Mishra},
  year={2011}
}
The present paper reports isotherm, thermodynamic, and disposal studies for the adsorption/desorption of catechol (C) and resorcinol (R) from aqueous solution onto/from granular activated carbon (GAC). Isotherm data were generated for C and R solutions having initial concentrations of C and R in the range of (0.18 to 9.08) mmol·L−1 for the GAC dosage of 10 g·L−1 at temperatures of (288, 303, and 318) K. The adsorption of C and R onto GAC was favorably influenced by an increase in temperature… CONTINUE READING

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