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      Activated carbon/iron oxide magnetic composites for the adsorption of contaminants in water

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      Carbon

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              A comparative adsorption/biosorption study of mono-chlorinated phenols onto various sorbents.

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              The potential use of dried activated sludge and fly ash as a substitute for granular activated carbon for removing mono-chlorinated phenols (o-chlorophenol and p-chlorophenol) was examined. The pollutant binding capacity of the adsorbent/biosorbent was shown to be a function of substituted group, initial pH and initial mono-chlorinated phenol concentration. The working sorption pH value was determined as 1.0 and the equilibrium uptake increased with increasing initial mono-chlorinated phenol concentration up to 500 mg dm(-3) for all the mono-chlorinated phenol-sorbent systems. The suitability of the Freundlich, Langmuir and Redlich-Peterson adsorption models to the equilibrium data were investigated for each mono-chlorinated phenol-sorbent system. The results showed that the equilibrium data for all the mono-chlorinated phenol-sorbent systems fitted the Redlich-Peterson model best within the concentration range studied.
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                Journal
                Carbon
                Carbon
                Elsevier BV
                00086223
                2002
                2002
                : 40
                : 12
                : 2177-2183
                Article
                10.1016/S0008-6223(02)00076-3
                © 2002

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