Kinetic Adsorption of Ammonium Nitrogen by Substrate Materials for Constructed Wetlands

@inproceedings{Zhu2011KineticAO,
  title={Kinetic Adsorption of Ammonium Nitrogen by Substrate Materials for Constructed Wetlands},
  author={Wenling Zhu and Lihua Cui and Ying Ouyang and Cui-Fen Long and Xiao-dan Tang},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Constructed wetlands (CWs) are engineered systems that utilize natural systems including wetland vegetations, soils, and their associated microbial assemblages to assist in treating wastewater. The kinetic adsorption of ammonium nitrogen (NH + 4 -N) by CW substrate materials such as blast furnace slag (BFS), zeolite, ceramsite, vermiculite, gravel, paddy soil, red soil, and turf, was investigated using batch experiments and kinetic adsorption isotherms. Both Freundlich and Lang-muir… CONTINUE READING

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