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Amuda OS

"Ladoke Akintola University of Technology ยท Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry Ph.D."


His research interests are stated as follows Investigation into the use of various Agricultural wastes for the treatment of Municipal wastewaters; Solid waste management-waste characterization, quantification and recycling; Heavy metals removal from water, wastewater and leachate using low cost adsorbents; Coagulation/flocculation process in treatment of BOD,COD, heavy metals, colour fromwastewater and leachate; Bioremediation of PAH contaminated water.

Evaluation of Interaction of Carbonization Temperatures and Concentrations on the Adsorption Capacities and Removal Efficiencies of Activated Carbons Using Response Surface Methodology (RSM)

Response Surface Methodology was used to evaluate the interactions of carbonization temperatures of adsorbents and concentrations of adsorbates on the adsorption capacities and removal efficiencies of activated carbons obtained from flamboyant ( Delonix regia ) pod bark (FB), milk bush ( Thevetia peruviana ) kernel shell (MB) and rice ( Oryza sativ... Read More»

Alade AO, Amuda OS, Ogunleye OO and Okoya AA

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodegrad 2012, 3:134

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000134

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