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“…There are many mineral sources and agricultural wastes that can be used as the precursor of adsorbent such as coal [15,16], olive and cherry stones [17], coconut shell [18], corn cobs [19], almond shell [20,21], palm shell [22][23][24], rice husk [25], and walnut shell, which are rich sources of carbon. Walnut shell is one of the activated carbon precursors, which is a low-cost and renewable material [26].…”
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“…There are many mineral sources and agricultural wastes that can be used as the precursor of adsorbent such as coal [15,16], olive and cherry stones [17], coconut shell [18], corn cobs [19], almond shell [20,21], palm shell [22][23][24], rice husk [25], and walnut shell, which are rich sources of carbon. Walnut shell is one of the activated carbon precursors, which is a low-cost and renewable material [26].…”
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“…In this work, walnut shell as a low-cost material is used to produce AC by using physical activation. Other natural adsorbents such as almond shell [13], palm shell [14], rice husk [15], and rice husk [16] have also been proposed for the production of AC. In this study, the performance of the walnut shell AC for the removal of CFX in a fixed-bed column is investigated.…”
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