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Research Article Open Access
Textile effluent was collected and treated with various mixtures of sulfinated urea-formaldehyde (SUF) resin, rice husk, bagasse and animal charcoal. The resultant liquids were almost colorless with very low COD. The sludge can also be used for other purpose, like pigmentation as well as filler for plastic manufacturing. Such adsorbents may have entity in environmental science. The dye absorption behaviour of this resin were evaluated by varying conditions like dye concentration, contact time and pH, weight and temperature. The Langmuir and Freundlich models were used for data description.
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Author(s): Jiten C Patel Gaurav K Patel and Hasmukh S Patel
Sulfinated resin, Adsorption study, Textile effluent, Langmuir and Freundlich model, Ureaformaldehyde resin., resin