Removal of Mn, Fe, Ni and Cu Ions from Wastewater Using Cow Bone Charcoal
AbstractCow bone charcoal (CBC) was synthesized and used for the removal of metals ions (manganese, iron, nickel and copper) from aqueous solutions. Two different adsorption models were used for analyzing the data. Adsorption capacities were determined: copper ions exhibit the greatest adsorption on cow bone charcoal because of their size and pH conditions. Adsorption capacity varies as a function of pH. Adsorption isotherms from aqueous solution of heavy metals on CBC were determined. Adsorption isotherms are consistent with Langmuir´s adsorption model. Adsorbent quantity and immersion enthalpy were studied. View Full-Text
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Moreno, J.C.; Gómez, R.; Giraldo, L. Removal of Mn, Fe, Ni and Cu Ions from Wastewater Using Cow Bone Charcoal. Materials 2010, 3, 452-466.
Moreno JC, Gómez R, Giraldo L. Removal of Mn, Fe, Ni and Cu Ions from Wastewater Using Cow Bone Charcoal. Materials. 2010; 3(1):452-466.Chicago/Turabian Style
Moreno, Juan Carlos; Gómez, Rigoberto; Giraldo, Liliana. 2010. "Removal of Mn, Fe, Ni and Cu Ions from Wastewater Using Cow Bone Charcoal." Materials 3, no. 1: 452-466.