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Aquatic macrophytes potential for the simultaneous removal of heavy metals (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2004-11)
Heavy metal removal from water has been approached by using different technologies. Phytotechnologies, with an increasing development during the last two decades, involve using plants for metal removal. Three autochthonous ...
Nickel, lead and zinc removal by adsorption process in fluidised bed
(Selper Ltd, Publications DivLondonInglaterra, 2006)
Simultaneous heavy metal removal mechanism by dead macrophytes
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2006-01)
The use of dead, dried aquatic plants, for water removal of metals derived from industrial activities as a simple biosorbent material has been increasing in the last years. The mechanism of simultaneous metal removal (Cd2+, ...
A RAPID ESTIMATION OF METAL CONTENTS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS
(Sociedad Chilena de Química, 2005)
Chemical issues of coffee and Tule lignins as ecofriendly materials for the effective removal of hazardous metal ions contained in metal finishing wastewater
Two lignins extracted from coffee Arabica and stems of Typha domingensis (Tule) residues (CL and TL) are proposed as new multifunctional ecofriendly material for an effective removal of hazardous metal ions and organic ...
Effects of metals on activity and community of sulfate-reducing bacterial enrichments and the discovery of a new heavy metal-resistant SRB from Santos Port sediment (São Paulo, Brazil)
Sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) can be used to remove metals from wastewater, sewage, and contaminated areas. However, metals can be toxic to this group of bacteria. Sediments from port areas present abundance of SRB and ...
Electrolytic removal of lead using a flow-through cell with a reticulated vitreous carbon cathode
(Kluwer Academic PublDordrechtHolanda, 1998)
Biosorption of chromium(III) by Sargassum sp biomass
(Univ Catolica De ValparaisoValparaisoChile, 2002)