Pyridine and phenol removal using natural and synthetic apatites as low cost sorbents: influence of porosity and surface interactions.

@article{Bouyarmane2010PyridineAP,
  title={Pyridine and phenol removal using natural and synthetic apatites as low cost sorbents: influence of porosity and surface interactions.},
  author={H. Bouyarmane and Sanae El Asri and Ahmed Rami and C{\'e}cile Roux and M A Mahly and Ahmed Saoiabi and Thibaud Coradin and Abdelaziz Laghzizil},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={181 1-3},
  pages={736-41}
}
A natural phosphate rock and two synthetic mesoporous hydroxyapatites were evaluated for the removal of pyridine and phenol from aqueous solutions. Experiments performed by the batch method showed that the sorption process occurs by a first order reaction for both pyridine and phenol. In contrast, the Freundlich model was able to describe sorption isotherms for phenol but not for pyridine. In parallel, the three apatites exhibit similar pyridine sorption capacities whereas phenol loading was in… CONTINUE READING

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