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Similarity Removal of Heavy Metals from Aqueous Solutions Using Advanced Materials, with Emphasis of Synthetic and Nanomaterials

  title={Similarity Removal of Heavy Metals from Aqueous Solutions Using Advanced Materials, with Emphasis of Synthetic and Nanomaterials},
  author={Mona E Ossma},
Contaminated water with heavy metals is considered to be a serious threat to human health as well as to the environment. Heavy metals get a great attention owing to their toxicity and persistence in the environment. Different techniques for elimination of heavy metal have discussed in literature. Adsorption, the most extensively used method; plays vital role in wastewater treatment. Many research studies have been taken place during the last decade for the preparation of effective and… 

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