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Optimization of Ni (II) biosorption from aqueous solution on modified lemon peel.
Villen-Guzman M, Gutierrez-Pinilla D, Gomez-Lahoz C, Vereda-Alonso C, Rodriguez-Maroto JM, Arhoun B. Villen-Guzman M, et al. Environ Res. 2019 Dec;179(Pt B):108849. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2019.108849. Epub 2019 Oct 22. Environ Res. 2019. PMID: 31677503
The maximum adsorption capacity was of 36.74 mg g(-1) according to the Langmuir model at optimum conditions (pH = 5, S/L = 5 g L(-1), 25 C). The pseudo-first order model of biosorption kinetics provides the best fit for experimental data. ...
The maximum adsorption capacity was of 36.74 mg g(-1) according to the Langmuir model at optimum conditions (pH = 5, S/L = 5 g L(-1), 25 …
Column study of the influence of air humidity on the retention of hydrocarbons on soil.
García-Herruzo F, Rodríguez-Maroto JM, García-Delgado RA, Gómez-Lahoz C, Vereda-Alonso C. García-Herruzo F, et al. Chemosphere. 2000 Oct;41(8):1167-72. doi: 10.1016/s0045-6535(00)00012-6. Chemosphere. 2000. PMID: 10901242
The advantages of IGC over other techniques, are (a) an efficient use of lab resources, (b) a high sensitivity to low partitioning coefficients and (c) a closer reproduction of field conditions. In our procedure, experiments with only two samples of different mass are nece …
The advantages of IGC over other techniques, are (a) an efficient use of lab resources, (b) a high sensitivity to low partitioning coefficie …
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