Removal Of Chromium (vi) From Aqueous Solution Using Nanotube Multilayered | 9487
Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Extensive use of hexavalent chromium in various industrial applications has caused substantial environment contamination.
Carbon nanotubes are nanometer-scaled hollow cylindrical structures of carbon atoms that exists in close-ended multiple-
walled and single-walled arrangements. In this study, the adsorption properties of nanotube multi layered for removal of
chromium (vi) from aqueous solution is investigated. Batch experiment is conducted to determine the adsorption properties of
carbon nanotubes. At a pH of 7,the maximum capacity of nano particles is 1.69mmol/g.This study demonstrated that the multi
wall nanotube could be used as an efficient biosorbent for the treatment of chromium (vi) wastewater treatments.
Dorrineh Kowsari has completed her Bachelor degree at the age of 21 years from Tehran Azad University The North branch.She is a teacher of Kish
Language Institute and She is going to finish her master in 2013.
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