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By Sarra Gaspard, Mohamed Chaker Ncibi, James H Clark, Andrzej Stankiewicz, George A Kraus, Peter R Seidl, Venkata Mohan, Hisao Yoshida, Pierre-Louis Taberna, Borhane Mahjoub, Katerina Demnerova, Alfredo Perezdemora, Pierre Le Cloirec

This publication publications the reader to choosing the neighborhood bioresources that may be valorized and selected for the remediation of a pollution-related challenge or a reaction to an brisk need.

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Over 75% adsorption occurred within 30 min and equilibrium was attained within 120 min. ). The following paragraphs describe some work on the biosorption of hazardous compounds. To investigate contaminant View Online Biomass for Water Treatment: Biosorbent, Coagulants and Flocculants 21 . , pH, temperature, initial pollutant, biomass concentrations, etc. 1 Dyes Synthetic dyestuffs, one group of organic pollutants, are used extensively in the textile, paper and printing industries, and in dyehouses.

5 times lower at pH 9 and 10, respectively. Turbidity removal from the crude extract and fraction prepared by ultrafiltration was lower than that obtained for natural coagulants from M. 182 extracted the active components of ground seeds of horse chestnut and acorns of some species of the Fagaceae family: common oak, Turkey oak, Northern red oak and European chestnut. 5 mL LÀ1, the highest coagulating activities for a kaolin-containing water View Online . 1039/9781849737142-00001 Biomass for Water Treatment: Biosorbent, Coagulants and Flocculants 33 were about 80% and 70% for seed extracts from European chestnut and common oak acorn, respectively, at both low and medium turbidities.

The highest metal ion removal efficiency was obtained for Galaxaura oblongata biomass followed by Corallina mediterranea, Pterocladia capillacea and Jania rubens biomasses with mean metal ion biosorption efficiencies of 84%, 80%, 76% and 72%, respectively. 2 investigated the biosorption of copper with two different marine algae: Ulva fasciata (green algae) and Sargassum sp. (brown algae). Equilibrium isotherms and kinetics were performed to evaluate the relative View Online . 1039/9781849737142-00001 Biomass for Water Treatment: Biosorbent, Coagulants and Flocculants 27 ability of the two algae for Cu(II) sorption from aqueous solutions.

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