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Evaluation of nickel adsorption from plating wastewater by nanographite

Toktam Shahriari; Abdolreza karbassi; Maryam Shirazinejad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 January 2023


  Introduction: Industrial plating wastewater contains various types of detrimental heavy metals in high concentrations. One of this toxic metal is Nickel that its discharge into the surface waters and soil is considered as an environmental problem. Hence removing of this metal from wastewaters is crucial ...  Read More

Comparison of performance of iron adsorption from drinking water using natural glauconite adsorbent (case study: glauconite sandstones of Sarakhs and Maraveh Tapeh)

Afsaneh Mirzakhani; Morteza Gholami; Arash Amini; Mehdi Borghee

Volume 16, Issue 4 , January 2019, , Pages 249-270

  Introduction: The presence of iron in groundwater, even at low concentrations, results in many problems regarding the drinking water. Iron increases the growth of chlorine-resistant microorganisms in drinking water distribution system, leading to an increase in disinfection cost, in addition to problems ...  Read More

Removal of Chromium (VI) from Polluted Water using Barberry Leaf as a Cheap Absorbent

Alireza Pourkhabbaz; Najme Boosaeidi; Moslem Jahani

Volume 11, Issue 4 , January 2014

  It is now well recognized that heavy metals in the environment cause pollution that can be harmful to living organisms. Without control, heavy metals that are transferred to the environment may undergo significant changes and have a serious impact on aquatic environments, public health and economics. ...  Read More