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Original Research Article The Antibacterial Activity of Activated Carbon, Silver, Silver Impregnated Activated Carbon and Silica Sand Nanoparticles against Pathogenic E. coli BL21

@inproceedings{Karnib2013OriginalRA,
  title={Original Research Article The Antibacterial Activity of Activated Carbon, Silver, Silver Impregnated Activated Carbon and Silica Sand Nanoparticles against Pathogenic E. coli BL21},
  author={Mona Karnib and Hanafy M. Holail and Zakia A Olama and Ahmad T. Kabbani and Mark Edward Hines},
  year={2013}
}
One of the most widely used nanoparticles for water purification is activated carbon due to its large surface area and high adsorption capacity (Ortiz-Ibarra, et al., 2007). Activated carbon has proven to remove bacteria like Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli from fresh and potable water systems (Percival and Walker, 1999; Quinlivan, et al., 2005). Despite electrostatic repulsion between negatively charged microorganisms and carbon surfaces, microorganisms attach to activated carbon… Expand
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