NOVEL ADSORBENTS FOR SOLID-LIQUID SEPARATIONS

@inproceedings{Babu2001NOVELAF,
  title={NOVEL ADSORBENTS FOR SOLID-LIQUID SEPARATIONS},
  author={B. Vikram Babu and Vasireddi Ramakrishna},
  year={2001}
}
The first industrial revolution has led to a world-wide emphasis on the adoption of industrialisation as the quickest route for rapid economic development. This has forced large-scale import of technologies – both poor and moderate in quality by the developing countries (Maudgal, 1998). All industrial production processes depend upon natural resources for both inputs (source) and disposal of wastes (sink). Environmental problems crop up (Tare and Chaudhari, 1995) when the input demand is beyond… CONTINUE READING

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