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The Response of Chickpea to Irrigation with Treated Waste Water
In a three-year study, the response of four cultivars of chickpea, Bulgarit, WIR-32, Jordan and ICC 11293 to irrigation with TW (treated wastewater) and FW (freshwater), using surface and subsurface drip irrigation was ...
Efficiency of Advanced Membrane Wastewater Treatment Plant towards Removal of Aspirin, Salicylic Acid, Paracetamol and p-Aminophenol
The efficiency of membrane separation technology for wastewater treatment was employed to check its efficiency in removing pharmaceuticals, their degradation products and their metabolites from wastewater. Aspirin and ...
Removal of diclofenac potassium from wastewater using clay-micelle complex
The presence of an ionized carboxyl group in the widely used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug diclofenacpotassium results in a high mobility of diclofenac and in its low sorption under conditions of slow sand ...
Performance of Micelle-Clay Filters for Removing Pollutants and Bacteria from Tertiary Treated Wastewater
Filters filled with a micelle-clay complex mixed with sand were employed to investigate their purification capability of tertiary treated wastewater with loose UF-membranes. The UF membrane was hollow fiber with a molecular ...
Removal of chromium by continuous flow using wool packed columns
Wool was utilized for the removal of Cr from aqueous solution. The wool fibers exhibited selective removal of Cr(VI) at pH 1.0. Breakthrough curves showed that wool can absorb Cr(VI) up to the maximum range studied (600 ...
Removal of Cr(VI) from Aqueous Environments Using Micelle-Clay Adsorption
Removal of Cr(VI) from aqueous solutions under different conditions was investigated using either clay (montmorillonite) or micelle-clay complex, the last obtained by adsorbing critical micelle concentration of ...