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Activated carbon process for the treatment of cadmium(II)-containing wastewaters

C. P. Huang

Activated carbon process for the treatment of cadmium(II)-containing wastewaters

by C. P. Huang

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cadmium -- Environmental aspects,
  • Sewage -- Purification -- Adsorption

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC.P. Huang
    ContributionsIndustrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14890634M

    ACTIVATED CARBON Activated carbon is a solid, porous, black carbonaceous material. It is distinguished from elemental carbon by the absence of both impurities and an oxidized surface. It can be prepared from a large number of sources such as coconut, wood, . Adsorption Process of Iron, Cadmium, Copper, Lead from Aqueous Solution using Palm Bunch Adsorbent onto the DEOPB activated carbon with their .

    The adsorption of cadmium (II) from a dilute aqueous solution onto an activated carbon surface is investigated. The type and dose of activated carbon, the total concentration of cadmium (II), pH, and the presence of a chelating agent are essential parameters controlling cadmium (II) by: The purpose of the present paper is to study the performance of activated carbon in the water filtering system. Activated carbon is commonly used in water treatment to remove water contaminants.

    Equilibrium Uptake, Sorption Dynamics, Process Optimization, and Column Operations for the Removal and Recovery of Malachite Green from Wastewater Using Activated Carbon and Activated Slag. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research , 36 (6), DOI: /iec. This chapter contains the findings of the Subcommittee on Adsorption of the National Research Council's Safe Drinking Water Committee, which studied the efficacy of granular activated carbon (GAC) and related adsorbents in the treatment of drinking water. Some attention is given to an examination of the potential health effects related to the use of these adsorbents, but detailed toxicological.


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Activated carbon process for the treatment of cadmium(II)-containing wastewaters by C. P. Huang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Continuous flow column packed with activated carbon beads was used to treat the cadmium(ll)-tetrafluoroborate wastewater with successive adsorption- regeneration runs. The costs of activated carbon adsorp- tion systems, i.e., continuously mixed and packed column, were also estimated and compared with several other treat- ment processes including insoluble sulfide precipitation, alkaline neutral- ization precipitation.

Get this from a library. Activated carbon process for the treatment of cadmium(II)-containing wastewaters. [C P Huang; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)]. Activated Carbon for Treatment of Cadmium Wastewater.

The use of activated carbon for heavy metal removal was exemplified by studying the adsorption characteristics of Cd(II) from Cd(II)-BF 4 plating solution on both granular and powdered activated by: In this book, special attention is paid to porosities in all forms of carbon, and to the modern-day materials which use activated carbons - including fibres, clothes, felts and monoliths.

In addition, the use of activated carbon in its granular and powder forms to facilitate usage in liquid and gaseous media is. In this study, activated carbon is subjected to different thermal and chemical treatments, using sulphurising agents like SO 2 and H 2 S from the gas phase to modify its physical structure and/or the chemical nature of its surface.

To assess the effectiveness of the treatments, the resultant products and the starting carbon have been used as adsorbents for cadmium from aqueous by:   Four types of carbonaceous adsorbent materials were applied for the removal of cadmium ions from water.

These materials include fly ash (FA), activated carbon (AC), carbon nanofibers (CNFs), and carbon nanotubes (CNTs). The adsorption mechanisms and the kinetics of cadmium (II) removal from water were by:   Development of an activated carbon process as the cleaning technology for removing heavy metal cadmium, from the Cd contaminated water Reuse of the treated water for growing economically important legume soybean and studying the response of soybean grown with the cadmium contaminated water before and after treatment/5(7).

This study assesses the capacity of activated carbons, prepared from Mauritia flexuosa (AG series) and Olea europaea L. (OL series) fruit stones, to adsorb cadmium ions.

These carbons were activated chemically through phosphoric acid solution, using impregnation ratios of, and g H 3 PO 4 / g impregnated precursor material was subsequently activated atand Cited by:   Continuing our activities in this direction, the present study is aimed at deriving a new low-cost activated carbon from nut shells (an agricultural waste) and studying the adsorption capacities of the sulfurized prepared activated carbon for cadmium removal from aqueous by:   A method based on adsorption phenomena has been established for the removal of cadmium from aqueous solution by activated charcoal.

Experimental conditions were optimized for the maximum uptake of cadmium by charcoal in terms of shaking time, pH, amount of charcoal, cadmium ion concentration, and by: This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

P.K., Activated carbon for the treatment of cadmium wastewater. Paper presented at the National Conf. Hazardous and Toxic Wastes Management Poon C.P.C.

() Removal of cadmium from wastewaters. In: Mislin H., Ravera O. (eds) Cadmium in the Cited by: Effective activated porous carbon has been prepared by thermal treatment of waste rubber tires.

It was activated using oxidizing agents; nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide. Porous carbon was characterized by means of FTIR, SEM and EDX. It was tested and evaluated as a potential adsorbent for the removal of cadmium (II) by: Palmae shell has been processed into powdered and activated carbon and tested for its efficiency in removing cadmium(II) (Cd(II)) ions.

The characterization includes determination of proximate. activated carbon and with the construction of plants in which it is used. Activated carbon lies at the heart of a number of different processes used in the industry. Environmental problems affecting air and water are solved through the use of activated carbon, and new applications are being continually developed in rapid succession.

Activated carbon is made from any substance with high carbon content, where the adsorption property of the substance is enhanced to allow molecules of various contaminants to concentrate and adhere to the solid surface of the carbon.

The general process flow in making activated carbon is shown in Figure by: 1. Abstract: This study investigated adsorption of Lead (Pb 2+), Copper (Cu 2+) and Cadmium (Cd 2+) from minerals processing wastewater using activated carbons prepared from waste corn cobs.

The activated carbons were prepared by carbonisation of the waste at °C to obtain carbonised corn by: 1. The Carbon Manufacturing Process - How to Make Activated Carbon The production process of activated, or active, carbon exists in two forms.

A carbonaceous source, which can exist as coal, peat, or any organic carbonaceous material is carbonized, which means the pure carbon is extracted by a heating method known as pyrolysis. The flue gases produced by this incineration process may contain harmful components, such as heavy metals (typically mercury), dioxins and furans, which need to be removed before atmospheric release.

Powdered activated carbons are considered the best available technology for the removal of dioxins, furans and mercury in flue gas scrubber systems. cadmium (II) 6;9 and copper (II)10− The activated carbon from rice hulls has been used for separation of air by adsorption In this study, ACRH which is a solid waste matter was used as an adsorbent for the removal of copper (II) and cadmium (II) ions from water.

The aim was to investigate the optimum conditions of metal uptake. Activated carbon is widely used in many applications. This study aims to optimize the most influential processing parameters of the activated carbon production from rubber seed shell.

all rapid adsorbents of cadmium, with 80% of capacity reached in hours for all three materials. Keywords: cadmium, biosorbent, activated carbon, granular carbon, adsorbents, kinetics, oxidation. INTRODUCTION The presence of heavy metals in effluents is.

This chapter explains the sources, toxic effects and treatment methods of various heavy metals. Adsorption technique seems to be the best technique for heavy metal remediation. Activated carbon (AC) is the promising adsorbents for the removal of heavy metal from : Soodamani Periyasamy, Ilango Aswin Kumar, Natrayasamy Viswanathan.PDF | Activated carbons (ACs) were prepared from Leucaena leucocephala biomass.

This is an agricultural solid waste by-product, as well as easily grown | Find, read and cite all the research.