Utilization of biochar for resource recovery from water: A review

  title={Utilization of biochar for resource recovery from water: A review},
  author={Hailan Yang and Shujing Ye and Zhuotong Zeng and Guangming Zeng and Xiaofei Tan and Rong Xiao and Jiajia Wang and Biao Song and Li Du and Meng Qin and Yuanyuan Yang and Fuhang Xu},
  journal={Chemical Engineering Journal},
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