Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewater

  • ID: 4543215
  • Book
  • 458 pages
  • Materials Research Forum
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The book extensively investigates the most recent improvements in the area of inorganic pollutants analysis, removal and treatment of wastewater by utilizing different materials such as natural polymers, husks, graphene and carbon nanotube composites, fruit cortex etc. It covers photocatalysis, adsorption, desalination and electrochemical technologies used for the analysis and treatment of inorganic pollutants.

This book, 'Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewater: Methods of Analysis, Removal and Treatment' extensively investigates the most recent improvements in the area of inorganic pollutants analysis, removal and treatment of wastewater by utilizing different materials such as natural polymers, husks, graphene and carbon nanotube composites, fruit cortex etc. It covers photocatalysis, adsorption, desalination and electrochemical technologies used for the analysis and treatment of inorganic pollutants.
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Preface
Chapter 1 Photocatalysis: Present, past and future
Chapter 2 Natural polymers for the removal of heavy metals
Chapter 3 Ion selective membrane electrodes as sensors for detection of heavy metal ions
Chapter 4 A study on the potential applications of rice husk derivatives as useful adsorptive material
Chapter 5 Natural husks as potential adsorbents for uptake of heavy metals
Chapter 6 Removal of heavy metals using graphene composites
Chapter 7 Magnetic mollusk shell-Fe3O4 composite powder used as seeding adsorbent to purify Zn(II) and Pb(II) contaminated wastewater
Chapter 8 Waste fruit cortexes for the removal of heavy metals from wastewater
Chapter 9 Advances in desalination for water and wastewater treatment
Chapter 10 Advanced membrane materials for desalination: carbon nanotube and graphene
Chapter 11 A review of the progress of desalination technologies: application to wastewater treatment
Chapter 12 Photo-Fenton oxidation technology for the treatment of wastewater
Chapter 13 Electrochemical technologies for produced water treatment
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Eds. Inamuddin, Ali Mohammad and Abdullah M. Asiri
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