11 February 2010

Special issue: Innovations in adsorption technology

International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management 12 (2-4) 2010
  • Starch-based biosorbents for dyes in textile wastewater treatment
  • Removal of basic dye (basic magenta) using low-cost biosorbents from aqueous solutions: kinetic and equilibrium studies
  • Modified biopolymer adsorbent for the removal of dissolved organic pollutants
  • Hydrophobicity in biosorptive flotation for metal ion removal
  • Removal of bivalent and trivalent ions by Spirulina platensis biomass: batch experiments and biosorbent characterisation
  • Biosorption of lead by the immobilised fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium in a packed bed column
  • Biosorption of inorganic mercury onto marine alga Sargassum tenerrimum: batch and column studies
  • Removal of chromium(III) from water samples by a low-cost sorbent: application to a mixture of chromium(III) and chromium(VI)
  • Cadmium(II) adsorption by activated carbon: batch studies and reversibility
  • Wagner A. Carvalho, Cristiane I.C.B. Zanin, Cristiane Zanutelo, Flavia C.A. Figueiredo, Utilisation of Andisols as possible low-cost adsorbent to remove Cr (VI) from aqueous solution
  • Desorption kinetics and leaching study of arsenic from arsenite/arsenate-loaded Natural Laterite
  • Removal of phosphate and fluoride from optoelectronic wastewater by calcite
  • Competitive sorption of Cu(II), Eu(III) and U(VI) ions on dunite in aqueous solutions: a potentiometric study
  • Removal of Zn(II) ions from aqueous solution using rice (Oryza sativa) husk in a sequential bed adsorption column
  • Sorption of heavy metals by modified chelating ion exchangers
  • Selective extraction of cadmium by polymer inclusion membranes containing PVC and Aliquat 336: role base polymer and extractant
  • Nanohybrid anionic surfactant-akaganeite: preparation, structural analysis and cations sorption
  • Heavy metals removal from water by adsorption on propylthiol-functionalised mesoporous silica obtained by co-condensation
  • Electromagnetically vibrated Solid-Phase Microextraction for the analysis of organic compounds

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