Metallic affinity of toxic and noble metals by particles produced from sericin, alginate and poly-(ethylene glycol)

Metallic affinity of toxic and noble metals by particles produced from sericin, alginate and poly-(ethylene glycol)

T. L. Silva, V. H. Meinerz, J. M. M. Vidart, M. L. Gimenes, M. G. A. Vieira, M. G. C. Silva

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Biosorbents have been used as a potential alternative to the conventional technologies for removal of toxic metals from water and wastewater. The use of waste material as adsorbent offers significant advantages like low-cost, availability, efficiency, biodegradability, etc. In this study, particles...

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Metallic affinity of toxic and noble metals by particles produced from sericin, alginate and poly-(ethylene glycol)

T. L. Silva, V. H. Meinerz, J. M. M. Vidart, M. L. Gimenes, M. G. A. Vieira, M. G. C. Silva


										

Metallic affinity of toxic and noble metals by particles produced from sericin, alginate and poly-(ethylene glycol)

T. L. Silva, V. H. Meinerz, J. M. M. Vidart, M. L. Gimenes, M. G. A. Vieira, M. G. C. Silva

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    Chemical engineering transactions

    Vol. 56 (2017), p. 1903-1908