26 September 2011

Special issue: Metal ions removal from liquid effluents: Part One

International Journal of Environment and Waste Management 8(3/4) 2011
  • Two- and three-phase simulations of an ill-functioning dissolved-air flotation tank
  • Removal of copper and lead ions from aqueous solutions by adsorbent derived from sewage sludge
  • Removal of Pb2+ and Zn2+ ions from Acidic Soil Leachate: a comparative study between electrocoagulation, adsorption and chemical precipitation processes
  • Batch sorption of lead (II) from aqueous solutions using natural kaolinite
  • A hybrid flotation: microfiltration cell for effluent treatment
  • A critical review of the separation of arsenic oxyanions from dilute aqueous solution (the contribution of LGICT)
  • Lariat ethers with a novel proton-ionisable groups: new generation of collectors in ion flotation process
  • Cr(III) uptake by marine algal biomass: equilibrium and kinetics
  • Uptake of heavy metals from aqueous solution by non-conventional adsorbents
  • Development of an on-site Fe0 system for treatment of copper- and zinc-contaminated roof runoff
  • Å tobermorite ion exchanger from recycled container glass
  • Nano-structured calcium silicate as sorbent in a study of artificial mining waste

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