volume 39, issue 7, P1347-1353 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.12.044
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W. Tanthapanichakoon, P. Ariyadejwanich, P. Japthong, K. Nakagawa, S.R. Mukai, H. Tamon

Abstract: Liquid-phase adsorption-desorption characteristics and ethanol regeneration efficiency of an activated carbon prepared from waste tires and a commercial activated carbon were investigated. Water vapor adsorption experiments reveal that both activated carbons showed hydrophobic surface characteristics. Adsorption experiments reveal that the prepared activated carbon possessed comparable phenol adsorption capacity as the commercial one but clearly larger adsorption capacity of two reactive dyes, Black 5 and Red …

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