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Alternative adsorbents for the removal of polar organic contaminants

Alternative adsorbents for the removal of polar organic contaminants

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Published by Awwa Research Foundation in Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Purification -- Adsorption.,
  • Water -- Purification -- Organic compounds removal.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-107).

    Statementprepared by Detlef R.U. Knappe ... [et al.].
    ContributionsKnappe, Detlef R. U., AWWA Research Foundation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD449.5 .A48 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16365944M
    LC Control Number2007280245

    Product: Application: RK Adsorbent for removing H 2 S and COS from light hydrocarbon liquids and water: RK HP: High-performance adsorbent for removing H 2 O, H 2 S and COS from light hydrocarbons: RK II: Removes low levels of water, H 2 S and COS from light hydrocarbons: GB Non-regenerative removal of H 2 S and COS from natural gas . Natural Materials as Low Cost Adsorbents for Water Treatment. Pp. (16) Emine Malkoc. Abstract. There are abundant natural materials in the world with diverse field applications. Some of these are well known and familiar to mankind from the earliest days of civilization. Some of these are used as adsorbents in water and wastewater treatment.

      Dyes are an important class of pollutants, and can even be identified by the human eye. Disposal of dyes in precious water resources must be avoided, however, and for that various treatment technologies are in use. Among various methods adsorption occupies a prominent place in dye removal. The growing demand for efficient and low-cost treatment methods and .   Organic contaminants have become one of the most serious environmental problems, and the removal of organic contaminants (e.g., dyes, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals/drugs) and common industrial organic wastes (e.g., phenols and aromatic amines) from aqueous solutions is of special concern because they are recalcitrant and Cited by:

    CONTAMINANTS AND REMEDIAL OPTIONS AT SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED SITES Roy F. Weston, Inc. Edison, NJ Contract No. Work Assignment Foster Wheeler Enviresponse, Inc. Edison, NJ Contract No. C Work Assignment 2-R Kenneth Wilkowski Technical Support Branch Superfund Technology Demonstration Division . These adsorbents have been found to remove various organic pollutants ranging from 80 to %. The present article describes the conversion of waste products into effective adsorbents and their application for water treatment. The possible mechanism of adsorption on these adsorbents has also been included in this article.


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