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Removal of As (III) ion using Syzygium cumini seeds (SCS) biomass from ground water and waste water

@article{Shah2017RemovalOA,
  title={Removal of As (III) ion using Syzygium cumini seeds (SCS) biomass from ground water and waste water},
  author={Jyotin Shah and Indu Sharma and Om Silakari and Rajeev Kr. Sharma},
  journal={International Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={4}
}
Arsenic (As) contamination in drinking water is a serious environmental and health problem all over the India. Since biosorption is a less consuming, cheap and easy handling technique to remove As from ground water and waste water, so in present work biosorptive behaviour of Syzygium cumini seeds (SCS) biomass in a batch system has been investigated successfully to remove As (III) from ground water and waste water. Maximum percent removal of 69.30 % of As (III) was achieved at pH - 5, adsorbent… 

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