Reprint

Adsorption Technology for Water and Wastewater Treatments

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August 2023
232 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8585-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8584-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Adsorption Technology for Water and Wastewater Treatments that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Engineering
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Public Health & Healthcare
Summary

The presence of pollutants (i.e., emerging contaminants, radionuclides, potential toxic metals, dyes, etc.) in water has a negative impact on the environment and presents a potential health risk for inhabitants. Among the existing technologies (i.e., advanced oxidation process, membrane filtration, biodegradation, etc.) that are used to remove them from water, adsorption has garnered significant interest due to its low cost and fast removal. The development of advanced materials and their application for water treatments have recently caught the attention of researchers.This reprint aimed to establish updated information on adsorption technology for water and wastewater treatments. The submissions selected for this SI focus on (1) applying reality technology for water and wastewater treatments and (2) exploring detailed adsorption mechanisms using current data (i.e., comparing changes in the properties of adsorbents before and after adsorption using appropriate techniques).

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Keywords
antimony; hydroxy-iron; sepiolite; adsorption; adsorption; carbon nanomaterials; magnetite; captopril; adsorption; phenol; activated carbon; modeling; k-nearest neighbor; gray wolf optimizer; fluorine removal; capacitive deionization; mesoporous carbon; nitrogen doping; pharmaceuticals; dyes; clays; adsorption; isotherm; kinetics; water treatment; Zr-doped G-C3N4; wastewater treatment; mineral pollutant; catalysts regeneration; adsorption kinetics; pseudo-second-order model; nonlinear method; linear method; adsorption; sugarcane bagasse; olive mills wastewater; factorial design; phenol adsorption; different clays; adsorption mechanism; physics-statistics modeling; conducting polymers; wastewater treatment; Cr (VI) management; nanocomposites; zinc oxide; bioremediation; hydrophytes; algae; heavy metals; wastewater; magnetic Fe-C-N composite; chromium; adsorption; reduction; coagulation sludge; pyrolyzation; adsorption; mechanism; modelling; artificial intelligence; emerging pollutant; machine learning; statistical physics; water treatment