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Endosulfan removal through bioremediation, photocatalytic degradation, adsorption and membrane separation processes: A review
Endosulfan is a highly polluting and toxic pesticide which has been used in many areas globally to control pests in view to improve productivity. Concomitantly, endosulfan has also been associated with many cases of ...
Adsorption of Ce3+ and Nd3+ by diglycolic acid functionalised electrospun polystyrene nanofiber from aqueous solution
Highly selective and stable ligands with fast kinetics for rare earth element extraction are not well developed. Durable attachment of ligands to the support would make regeneration possible. Polystyrene nanofiber supports ...
Geopolymer beads and 3d printed lattices containing activated carbon and hydrotalcite for anionic dye removal
The use of geopolymers as adsorbent materials has been increasingly investigated in the last few years, thanks to their highly intrinsic mesoporosity and ion exchange capability. As they consolidate following a condensation ...
Characterization of membrane–foulant interactions with novel combination of Raman spectroscopy, surface plasmon resonance and molecular dynamics simulation
Adsorptive fouling, by phenolic compounds, is a serious issue regarding the development and use of membrane based filtration technologies for water purification and wastewater treatment. We have developed a novel, combined, ...
Compost: Potent biosorbent for the removal of heavy metals from industrial and landfill stormwater.
Stormwater can be contaminated with heavy metals and low-cost solutions are needed to treat large amounts of water. This study was conducted to determine the viability of compost as an adsorbent in Nordic conditions to ...
One-step recovery of REE oxalates in electro-leaching of spent NdFeB magnets
Recovery of rare-earth elements (REEs) from spent NdFeB magnets is receiving great attention because of high amount of neodymium and potential risk of environmental pollution. In this study, a novel environment-friendly ...