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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Bello OS, Adegoke KA, Bello OU, Lateef IO
Article Title: Sequestering Nickel (II) Ions from Aqueous Solutions Using Various Adsorbents: A Review.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Pakistan Journal of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry
Volume: 15
Issue: (1)
Page numbers: 1-17.
Alternative URL: http://www.ceacsu.edu.pk/PDF%20file/Volume%2015%20No%201/1-17-PJAEC-10122013-31.pdf

Abstract: Adsorption process has proven to be one of the best water treatment technologies around the world and activated carbon is undoubtedly considered as a universal adsorbent for the removal of different types of pollutants from water. However, widespread use of commercial activated carbon is sometimes restricted due to its high cost. Attempts have been made to develop inexpensive adsorbents utilizing numerous agro-industrial and municipal waste materials. Use of agricultural waste materials as low-cost adsorbents is attractive because it reduces the cost of waste disposal, thereby leading to environmental protection. In this review, agricultural, synthetic and other adsorbents used for adsorbing nickel (II) ion from aqueous solutions are reported. Different ways to improve their efficiencies are also discussed.
Template and target information: Review - adsorbents for nickel(II)
Author keywords: nickel, Wastewater, adsorption, adsorbents, Heavy metals


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