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  • Phosphate Removal Mechanisms in Aqueous Solutions by Three Different Fe-Modified Biochars. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 Dec 25; 20(1)Qin Y, Wu X, … Wang H
  • Iron-modified biochar can be used as an environmentally friendly adsorbent to remove the phosphate in wastewater because of its low cost. In this study, Fe-containing materials, such as zero-valent iron (ZVI), goethite, and magnetite, were successfully loaded on biochar. The phosphate adsorption mechanisms of the three Fe-modified biochars were studied and compared. Different characterization met…
  • Charcoal Localization for Surgical Resection of Non-Palpable Suspicious Breast Lesions. [Journal Article]
    Chirurgia (Bucur). 2022 Dec; 117(6):671-680.Farouk O, Ezzat M, … Senbel A
  • Background: Breast cancer is more frequently detected as radiographic non-palpable lesions with the increased utilization of national screening programs. Moreover, the sizes of tumors detected have decreased in recent years, increasing the need for accurate image-directed localization for surgical excision in a significant portion of cases. Although Wire guided localization has been the most comm…
  • Arsenic removal from aqueous solution: A comprehensive synthesis with meta-data. [Review]
    Sci Total Environ. 2023 Mar 01; 862:160821.Aktar S, Mia S, … Rajapaksha AU
  • Removal of arsenic from drinking water is one of the most important global concerns. Among the various techniques, adsorptive removal of arsenic is considered as a viable most effective method. However, limited attention is given to understand the overall relative sorption capacity of different sorbents (e.g., biocomposite, biochar and nano-composite etc.) since various factors influence the sorp…
  • Electrochemical Reduction of Halogenated Alkanes and Alkenes Using Activated Carbon-Based Cathodes. [Journal Article]
    Environ Sci Technol. 2022 12 20; 56(24):17965-17976.King JF, Mitch WA
  • Granular activated carbon (GAC) is used to sorb a broad range of halogenated contaminant classes, but spent GAC disposal is costly. Taking advantage of GAC's conductivity, this study evaluated the conversion of the GAC to cathodes for electrochemical reductive dehalogenation of 15 halogenated alkanes and alkenes exhibiting a diversity of structures (type of halogen, number of halogens, functional…
  • Factors influencing the adsorption of antibiotics onto activated carbon in aqueous media. [Journal Article]
    Water Sci Technol. 2022 Nov; 86(9):2260-2269.Singh S, Lundborg CS, Diwan V
  • Widespread use of antibiotics for treating human and animal ailments has increased their discharge in the environment through excreta. Moreover, unscientific disposal of unused antibiotics has further increased their presence in the environmental matrices. Thus, occurrence of used and/or discarded antibiotics in water resources is becoming a growing concern across the globe. Antibiotics and their…
  • Biomass Novel Adsorbents for Phenol and Mercury Removal. [Journal Article]
    Molecules. 2022 Oct 28; 27(21)Nabais JMV, Laguinhas CE, Román S
  • This paper reports the use of activated carbons made from novel agriculture and industrial wastes, namely sunflower, vine shoots, and coffee endocarp, to remove two high-priority contaminants: phenol and mercury species (under different forms) from aqueous solutions. The activated carbons were used as prepared and also modified with nitric acid and triethylenediamine in order to explore additiona…
  • The Removal of Cr(VI) from Aqueous Solutions with Corn Stalk Biochar. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 10 30; 19(21)Yang W, Lei G, … Jing Y
  • The discharge of wastewater containing hexavalent chromium (Cr(VI)) into the environment is very harmful to living things. Therefore, before effluent that contains Cr(VI) can be discharged into the environment, this toxin should be removed from the contaminated water. In this study, corn stalk biochar was investigated to evaluate the Cr(VI) removal efficiency from an aqueous solution. The effects…
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